Pam is certainly no stranger to the stage. With more than 30 years professional musical experience as a singer, songwriter, musician, emcee, producer and director she’s covered most all aspects of a musical career.
Pam grew up in Northern Ohio playing bluegrass festivals and country concerts throughout Ohio and surrounding states. She is featured on mandolin, guitar, bass and vocals.
She was a member of the New Coon Creek Girls both in the mid 1980′s, again for a brief stint in the 1990′s, and currently with the “Revival” of the New Coon Creek Girls. She helped form the all-female group “Wild Rose” which recorded for Capitol Records and was honored at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee. The group was nominated for numerous awards, such as the Grammy, and the Academy of Country Music Award. She has recorded several projects over the years and looks forward to recording new music with the band Mountain Drive.
In the almost 20 years that Pam spent entertaining at Renfro Valley, the last 6 of those she also served as the Director of Entertainment. She has recently resigned her position to focus her time on family and to free up her schedule to play bluegrass music, her ‘First Love’. Though Pam has played many types of music in her career, she has to admit that there’s probably none that is more fun than Bluegrass!
When not traveling on the road playing music, Pam spends her time with her husband, fellow musician and singer, Wayne Combs and her three grandchildren, Summer, Trenton & Hunter.