Pam Gentilini
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Pam Gentilini

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States

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Posted by Einar Flaatin on 7/28/2007, 2:15 pm

JULY 27. 2007 6.00 - 9.00 PM

DJ's : Einar& Nils-Cato Program # 623

Tony Martin She's in Texas tonight (3:31)
Mike Lounibos Dance little Jo Jo (2:52)
Webb Pierce Jilted love (2:51)
Carl Butler/Pearl Butler Heartaches for Lunch (2:51)
Tish Hinojosa Till you love me again (3:06)
Hank Williams Jr/Lois Johnson Why should we try anymore (3:12)
Roger Davidson Once is enough (3:48)
Charley Kyles Heaven's so far away (4:12)
Thomas Michael Riley Red - Neck Riviera (3:47)
Suzy Bogguss Handyman's dream (2:22)
Jerry Audley Lucky Me Lonely You (2:59)
Glenn Reid Another Hank WIlliams Night (3:26)
Chris Gaffney Lift your leg (2:58)
Lucky Tubb Walk Away (2:07)
Kathy Chiavola I wouldn't be here
Arly Karlsen The day I found you (3:20)
Janet McGarry Scenes from an Old Country Graveyard (4:11)
Arkey Blue Your wicked ways (3:10)
Stop The Truck Old side of town (3:10)
Carl Smith Don't just stand there (2:23)
Hank Snow Gonna find me a bluebird (2:08)
Kitty Wells It doesn't say
Brent Parlane/Joanne Campell Wife of a prisoner (3:38)
Wilf Carter My prarie rose (2:07)
Hayley Oliver Blue Kentucky girl (3:15)
Brad&Shelly Mr Right now (3:02)
Buddy Meredith Here I am again (2:06)
Cindy Church Rockabilly heart (2:26)
Jim Ed Brown Only a woman like you (2:20)
Johnny Cash City jail (3:09)
Pam Gentilini Every Road (3:03)
Shawn Allen Time and Place (3:34)
Dionne Burnett Drinkin Your Memory Away (4:26)
Bob Gallion I've Got Better At Home (2:27)
Tony Pritchett Flowers in the field (2:49)
Charlie Walker A Honky Tonk In Dallas (2:24)
Carol Decker The gospel plow (2:20)
B Jeff Stone Coletta (3:00)
Brad Paisley Sleepin' on the foldout (3:22)
Jeff Kanzler Angelina (3:08)
Amanda Moreno One Love (2:55)
Merle Haggard If I Ever Get Lucky (4:09)
Lou Reid A Brighter Shade Of Blue (2:24)
Texas 114 Ida Lou (3:43)
Ken Overcast Workin' Cowboy (2:58)
Hank Locklin Love Or Spite (2:36)
Buck Owens We split the blanket (2:02)
Joe Dunaway He's coming back (3:01)
Calvin Ray Should've been singing Rock Of Ages (3:01)
Joe Paul Nichols My shoes keep walking back to You (2:49)
Hank Williams/Audrey Williams The pale horse and his rider (2:59)
Jessie Lee Miller Pennies On The Railroad Track (2:13)

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"Working For The Nashville Limelight"

Subject : daily lobo

Date : Wed, Apr 04, 2007 07:23 AM

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Working for Nashville limelight
Joe Buffaloe
Issue date: 9/19/06 Section: Culture
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When Albuquerque resident Pam Gentilini comes home from her job as a
medical assistant at UNM Hospital, she doesn't have the luxury of
kicking back on the couch for a night of mindless TV.

Instead, she labors away on her budding career as a country music singer
and songwriter. Using home recording equipment, she has been working on
her material for several years.

"It's been a little difficult to find a band," she said.

However, she doesn't let this get in the way of her music.

"I can play guitar and drums, so I just record myself," Gentilini said.

Gentilini started learning music at a young age. She learned to play the
guitar first; then came the drums and singing in the Highland High
School choir. For about 10 years, she played in bands around the area as
a drummer, guitarist or background singer. From 1984 to 1988, she worked
as a DJ. In 1997, she decided to start working on solo material.

"My voice is different," she said. "Lots of people have told me

Her main performance outlet for the past few years has been karaoke,
performing at local clubs like Albuquerque's Caravan East.

"I perform original songs as a way to promote my music," she said. "It's
a way of getting out there no matter what. If not, I'd set up in a

She recently took a trip to Nashville to record a CD at Music Row, in
the Country Music Hall of Fame.

"The history is awesome there," she said. "There's nothing like it. As a
musician, I'd say if you have the chance to play there, you should do

The recording process took about two days, she said.

"I sent them a self-recorded demo with just guitar, drums and vocals.
But there's nothing like being in a band to hear the full sound of all
the instruments," she said. "When I heard the new record, I didn't even
recognize it."

The CD, "Nashville Sessions," contains a variety of country music
styles. The seven songs include traditional music, ballads, country rock
and country pop, though all are radio-friendly.

Gentilini recorded several songs written by publishers, as well as
several of her own.

"Right now there are several record companies looking at it," she said.
"I've been distributing my CDs to radio stations and the Internet, too."

Gentilini said she wants to go back to Nashville some day to pursue her
career further.

"It's a slow process, but you just keep on going," she said. "I just
play my music, because that's what I enjoy."

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The Album Nashville Sessions released in January 2007 contains traditional, country rock ,pop and ballads. The first and second cuts off the album are both recieving airplay in New York City and in Allessandria Italy. Available on itunes August 2007
Recorded at Dixiana Studios in Association with Abbey Road Music Nashville / Vision Music Group Angie Chaney Executive Director
Phil Lister Producer
Mark Lister Engineer



I am from Virginia Minnesota, which is known as the Iron Range. I moved to ALbuquerque New Mexico in 1976 and has resided in NM ever since. I discovered music at the age of four and have been hooked since then. And then began my musical journey, singing through my school. Ever since I can remember music has been a part of my life. I have many influences but Country Music has always stuck to me. I was a DJ for several years during the Disco scene and played drums and sang harmony for Reflections of Time for 13 years,I began a solo career in 1997. I perform at open mics, benifit shows ,the Traveling Wall a tribute to Veterans and was staff for Hyperfest in Albuquerque NM. I am also a regular performer at a monthly talent show at The Ranch Night Club, and I perform weekly at the Southwest Gifts and Coffee House.

I am a member of:
Roots Music Association
NM Music Commission

Favorite Websites:

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Denmark Syndicated Show

ecma-radio KGG
New York City USA

Radio Rucphen
Zwarrd 27
The Netherlands
Miss USA