Pam Tillis Tickets for Sale

To those oldies (it won't be a crime if you're young and like beer but also love Country) who like their whiskey neat and love the spirit of Country music. Pam Tillis, do we see see a ripple of excitement, oh, yes, go ahead, shout out loud, and let them know that our sweet Pam's going to be in town. Now boy, don't just stand their gawking at this NEWS! Just run up and make sure you have a ticket for the show.
The Lady of the Country was born on July 24, 1957 in Plant City, Florida and her father Mel Tillis himself was a Counrty music artist. Tillis grew up in Nashville and music was very part of her growing up. She sang on the Grand Ole Opry when she was only eight. However, an accident at the age of sixteen slowed her progress but after a few year's surgeries, she enrolled at the Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, were she formed her first band. Around 1970s she dropped out of the college to pursue her own musical career. It was in San Francisco that she got her musical start out and later returned to Nashville as a demo singer. Her first and only album was released in 1983 by Warner Bros. label and was called 'Beyond the Doll of Cutey'. Tillis also made regular appearance on Nashville Now, a variety show which was hosted by Ralph Emery. She has also worked as a staff songwriter and her songs "Those Memories of You" and "Five Minute" were chartbusters. Tillis had a successful time with Arista from 1990 to 2001. With them she recorded six albums, of which two achieved gold status and two went platinum. Some of her best known songs during this time were "Don't Tell Me What To Do", "Maybe It was Memphis", "Cleopatra, Queen of Denial", "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)", "Deep Down", and "The River and The Highway". She was married to songwriter Bob DiPiero and together they have written many of Pam's singles. In 2007, she began her own label, Stellar Cat Records which has released "Rhinestoned" in April.

Pam has a highly successful career in the music industry. She has the credit for thirteen top ten hits on the country music charts. The Country Music Association declared her as the, "Female Vocalist of the Year" in 1994 and she even went on to win a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals in 1999. She was made a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2000 and even performed on its 75th Birthday special on CBS. Besides singing, Pam Tillis has made guest appearances on television, has acted on stage for the Tennessee Repertory production of Jesus Christ Superstar and on Broadway in ‘Smokey Joe's Café'.

In all rights, Tillis is a Superstar and this she has earned it the hard way. There were times when even the country music began to loose its originality but she never stuck to the roots. She always insists on writing songs which are soulful rather than follow the boardroom requirements. Thus her records are always a beauty which is a customized portrait of the artist herself. Her pains, joys and its her life which she presents in her songs and it is this humane reflection which catches everybody in for a gaze. In 2002, she released "It's All Relative", a tribute to her dead father Mel Tillis and in it she has so innocently presented her pain with a true artistic beauty.
Pam might be a famous artist but a down to earth person. A real lady of the country, she is amiable and is easily approachable. She is visiting your town, go make her feel welcome. Tickets won't last too long. Hope you know what to do.
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