Pam Millar
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Pam Millar

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | SELF

Toronto, Ontario, Canada | SELF
Established on Jan, 2010
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Pam Millar's debut release concert for her second CD Country Rebel was a high-energy and fun performance at the Capitol Centre in North Bay on Saturday night. The Burk's Falls songstress, whose first release was the much mellower Small Town Girl, rocked it up this time, much to the excitement of the crowd. - Almaguin News May 16 2013

Burk's Falls songstress Pam Millar's new album Country Rebel mixes country with rock that resulted in a very high-energy show at the Capitol Centre in North Bay on Saturday night. The album is a departure from her much mellower Small Town Girl. - Cottage Country Now, May 16 2013

Congratulations to Pam Millar and her band on the release of her second album on Saturday night at the Capitol Centre in North Bay. She sang to a full house and let me tell you the place was really rocking.
Congratulations Pam and may you continue to pursue your dream. - Almaguin News May 16 2013

Every moment of every day over the last few weeks has been all consuming for songstress Pam Millar.
Millar is taking the stage at the Capitol Centre in North Bay on Saturday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. for the debut release of Country Rebel, the singer's second album.
"It's going really well" said Millar.
Ticket sales are going well, but there is still an opportunity for fans to see the local girl and her band, aptly named the Pam Millar Band, and special guest such as Sean Cotton and Malcolm Newburn.
Millar says the feedback she has gotten is that people are "pumped" for the show.
"They know that we put on a very high energy , interactive performance and people are actually quite excited," she said. "And we're getting really great feedback from the new material we're putting out".
The entire Country Rebel will be played and many from the first album, Small Town Girl.
Of course we can't do a show without doing Me and Bobby McGee and Travelin' Soldier, she said. "Our fans would probably very angry if we didn't play those songs so we're playing some covers as well".
She says they won't disappoint. There is a packed two hour performance in store.
To date more then 300 tickets have sold and there is one VIP package left, which will allow a fan into the preshow meet and greet.
There is also Millar memorabilia available for sale including the Country Rebel CD, t-shirts, beer cozies and photos.
For more information about the VIP package, visit Tickets to the show are still available online through the Capitol Centre website at or at the door. - North Bay Nipissing News May 9 2013

Local Pam Millar fans received a special treat on the weekend.
The singer-songwriter debuted the video for her song Small Town Girl during a performance at the Burk's Falls Towne Theatre on Aug. 27.
"It's so surreal to know that it's you...all of what's happening now has surpassed my wildest dreams," said Millar, of her rising music career.
Now in the hands of a Toronto-based production company, the video is being brought up to Canadian broadcast standard before being sent to CMT for consideration. The Burk's Falls native said she hopes the video will make it into rotation on the music station.
It was Millar's high school pal Lewis Hodgson and his wife Heather who took the intitial idea of the music video and ran with it, becoming producers of the project.
"The idea of a video was kind of a joke at first, but then we had a serious discussion about it," said Millar.
The Hodgsons then contacted professionals Kevin hoffman and Patrick Gilbert.
Both hailing from the North Bay area, Hoffman directed and edited the video, and Gilbert was the cinematographer of the project, which took about six months to complete.
"We knew we wanted an outdoor festival scene, so we had to wait for the nicer weather," said Millar, noting Gilbert and Hoffman jumped at the opportunity to get involved even though they had no experience in the world of music videos.
"They bounced ideas off me. It was almost like they could read my mind... I already had goose bumps just listening to them," said Millar, adding she is thrilled with the end result.
"The video is good quality. I think it's TV-quality," said Millar. "I just hope CMT agrees."
While most of the talent for the video came from the North Bay area, local youngsters Hailey and Curtis Clark, Bailee Mykytowich and Abigail Calarco show case their acting skills.
"The song is such a literal song. It speaks to my journey and my choice not to pursue a career in music, but to raise a family instead," added the mother of two girls. "When you hear the lyrics, it really does guide the story."
Up next for Millar is a concert at the fall fair in South River on Sept. 10 beginning at 8 p.m. - Almaguin News

Smash Hit: Burk's Falls resident Pam Millar released her first CD 'Small Town Girl' to an excited crown on Thursday, Dec 9. The sold-out CD release performance at Land of Lakes Theatre in Burk's Falls called 'Up close and personal with Pam Millar', featured chats between song with fellow musician Lewis Hodgson, below, as they wove a tale of how Millar's album and each of its original songs came to be. Her CD is now available for purchase at the Kwikway in Burk's Falls or online at - Almaguin News


Small Town Girl - 2010
Country Rebel - 2013



Pam Millar is an exciting, new, high energy, rockin country performer to be reckoned with. Along with her band, their message is conveyed with a love of music that cannot be ignored. Pam showcases her own music as well as today's best contemporary country music by great artists such as Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Gretchen Wilson and Miranda Lambert. The goal of every performance is to have the crowd up and dancing to today's best country music.

Pam Millar is the lead vocalist and has been singing since the age of two. Her powerful voice and spunky, uninhibited stage presence are the sparks that help ignite the music and keep the audience engaged in every song. Whether its a ballad or a hard driving, upbeat country rocker, Pam puts her unique spin on each song. Pam Millar and her band perform rockin country that resonates strongly with fans of country and Southern rock.

Pam was surrounded by music all her life and has a passion for making music. Pams dream of creating a CD came true when she released her debut CD Small Town Girl in December 2010 to a sold out crowd. "Small Town Girl" is an open hearted and uplifting CD that is full of passion. After the release of her CD, a video for the title track, Small Town Girl was produced and released at the Burks Falls Towne Theatre in August 2011. Since the hugely successful release of her CD and video, Pam and her band have been busy performing at various concerts including Mattawa Voyageur Days in 2012. Pam continues to chase her dreams as she has just completed her sophomore CD, Country Rebel,that was released at The Capitol Centre in North Bay, Ont., on May 11, 2013 to a huge excited crowd.

Pam is still the same small town girl but she has grown as an artist and performer. Pam stays true to her country roots however uses her sultry voice to bring blues and jazz tones to several of the new compositions. Country Rebel has been dubbed a compilation of diversity its a mix of blues, rock and country and everything in between. Pam co-wrote all 12 tracks on the new album and is very involved in all levels of the production including recording, producing, mixing as well as promotion of the music and the artwork for the album sleeve. This CD represents me and my music so I want to be sure I like the end product before I will share it, says Millar. Country Rebel boasts a mix of powerful guitar riffs, exciting melodies and thought provoking lyrics that will satisfy any music enthusiast!

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