Pamela Webb

Pamela Webb

BandJazz

A vocalist with a remarkable range, Pamela performs selections infused with personality, soul and sarcasm from the American Songbook as well as jazz influenced originals and contemporary music.

Biography

Pamela Webb is a vocal chameleon. A daughter of an aspiring concert pianist and amateur trombonist, she began singing at the age of four. As a military brat, she moved from place to place, but music was always a strong constant. She was a member of school vocal clubs, became a piano accompanist at the age of thirteen, and sang in an inter-city gospel choir and an R&B band.

Her favorite musical memories are listening to Johnny, Nancy, or Aretha (her father's influence); Claire De Lune or Flight of the Bumblebee (played by her mother) and singing show tunes with her mother’s accompaniment.

Later, with her young son, Pamela moved to New York. Her three-octave range soon landed her an understudy role in the Off-Broadway play, "Hotel Martinique"; a role with a national touring group; as an opening act for All Four Fun; and as a background singer with Johnny Nicholson, DeDannon, and Select Records. Her stage credits include: Arms Too Short to Box with God, Pornsongspeil, Bubbling Brown Sugar and Purlie.

After a long hiatus from music, Pamela is currently working to establish herself as an artist in the Lehigh Valley. Pamela’s vocal experience encompasses various types of music: Classical, Pop, Gospel, Country, Folk, and Broadway, but Jazz has become her main love.

“Never too old, never too bad, never too late, never too sick to start from scratch once again.” - Bikram Choudhury