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Pamela Hart

Pamela Hart is highly regarded as Austin, Texas’ finest jazz vocalist. Noted by Austin Women’s Magazine as “Austin’s First Lady of Jazz,” audiences rave about Pamela’s excellent pitch, clarity and soothing vocal quality. “Her warm, clear tones and meticulously controlled pitch carry an illusion of effortlessness”—Tribeza Magazine. Her sultry rendition of classic jazz standards and contemporary music wins immediate acceptance by any audience. Born in Los Angeles, California, Pamela moved to Austin, Texas in 1982. In addition to regular appearances at Austin clubs, restaurants, live music broadcasts, weddings, banquets/parties and festivals, Pamela and her husband Kevin Hart have produced (and she has performed in) the semi-annual Women in Jazz Concert Series—the greatest events for female jazz musicians in Texas—1994 through 2017


News: Book / Magazine

Enjoy Life Magazine Features Austin's First Lady of Jazz: Pamela Hart

Enjoy Life Magazine Features Austin's First Lady of Jazz: Pamela Hart

Recently, Pamela Hart had the amazing pleasure to “sit down" with Ms. Lakesha S. Woods, Editor of Enjoy Life Magazine for an engaging and enlightening conversation. Ms. Woods was able to accurately and sincerely capture the essence of the amazing Pamela Hart and the results of the “sit down" are featured in the latest edition of ...


May I Come In?

Label: Hart Beat
Released: 2002
Track listing: That's the Way of Love; Ever Blue; I Want You to Be My Man; What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?; Now and Then; Catch Yourself; May I Come In?; Second Time Around; You've Been Haunting My Dreams; Though I'm Alone; (I'm Afraid) the Masquerade Is Over


Article: Album Review

Pamela Hart: May I Come In?

Read "May I Come In?" reviewed by Dave Nathan

The founder of the well-respected Austin, TX Women in Jazz Concert Series, Pamela Hart, finally made her own CD in 1998 which won her Austin's Jazz Vocalist of the year award. This initial go around is a combination of evergreens, original material but mostly soft, light soul/R&B by such local contemporary writers as James Polk and ...


May I Come In?

Label: Hart Beat
Released: 1998


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