Pam Wolfe

After graduating  from Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia with a BA in Applied Music, Pam started her music career as a singer and pianist, performing as a solo act in venues from Martha's Vineyard to New Orleans. Later she moved to Nashville, TN  and started singing demos for several music publishing companies. This evolved into her doing background vocals with artists such as Emmy Lou Harris, Conway Twitty, Reba McEntire, Charlie Pride, and several others.

Pam found that her true passion was writing songs and was hired as a  staff writer for Famous Music, where she achieved notoriety as a songwriter. She decided to create her own publishing company, Pan For Gold Music, BMI, which she still owns and administers today. Her songs have been recorded by artists including Patti Labelle, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell, and many more.

Along the way she wrote and illustrated her first children’s book and CD Poof A Puff of Wind.  Pam still resides in Nashville, where she continues to write and promote her music.

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