Pam Green

Pam Green

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Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 23   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Pam Green

Pam Green has a background in classical guitar techniques and has been performing in bands and duos for many years. Pam collaborates with other artists, giving her a wide range of styles and making her a well-rounded professional musician. She is versatile, playing percussion, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and bass, as well as singing. She performs in the bands Providence, New Tribe, and Noiretblanc and records artists and bands in her studio, Lunar Tunes Productions, based in Seminole, Florida. http://lunartunes.us.

Pam writes her own songs as well as songwriting with her bands and other songwriters.

Providence

Lisa Noe and Pam Green, known to their many fans as Providence, are seasoned performers who have rocked the Tampa, St Petersburg Florida music scene. Adult Album Alternative/Acoustic Rock would best describe their large repertoire. Providence is a lively and talented musical duo that infuses their music with a smile. They offer a night of hand clapping, foot tapping, ear pleasing and hip swaying music. Lisa Noe sings with rousing passion carrying the listener through a multitude of emotions, be it playful and sassy to pull-at-your-heart ballads. Her dynamic voice and rock-solid guitar playing is top-notch entertainment. Pair that talent up with Pam Greens rhythmic drumming, sensual voice and spectacular guitar skills and you get the spicy sound of Providence. They will dazzle you with their versatility: drummer becomes guitarist and vise versa, for a performance that holds the audiences attention.

A key to their success has been their willingness and desire to have their audience participate in the fun. From something as simple as passing out rhythm instruments to having audience members sing their favorite song with the band, the group actively involves everyone. Whether they are performing in nightclubs, fundraisers or festivals they are able to get the crowd up on their feet and dancing.

After several years of crossing paths on the local music scene, Pam and Lisa grew to admire each others talent and professionalism. In 2003, Lisa went into Pams Lunar Tunes Productions studio to record a demo. The studio session turned into an all night jam and the duo Providence was born.

Their all-original, self-titled CD Providence, has hit the shelves of major vendors such as Amazon, CD Baby and Barnes and Noble. With an ever-expanding fan base, their shows are steadily packed with an audience of all ages ready to have fun. These two women have performed for a variety of festivals, nightclubs, and private party events throughout Florida, Kentucky, and Texas.

Providence is currently in the studio recording their second original CD and finishing plans for an upcoming tour. They embrace the opportunity to spread their music across the Bay area and beyond. For booking information, please contact Nikki Ott at 727-644-4102 or email bookings@providencemusic.info.

Visit www.providencemusic.info

Pam and Mary

When Pam and Mary get together, they create a style that has no boundaries or limits. Together, this duo makes a distinct sound. Most of their music is inspirational, written from life experience, and delivered from the heart.

Pam Green has a background in classical guitar techniques and has been performing in bands and duos for many years. Pam collaborates with other artists, giving her a wide range of styles and making her a well-rounded professional musician. She is versatile, playing percussion, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, and bass, as well as singing. She performs in the bands Providence, New Tribe, and Noiretblanc and records artists and bands in her studio, Lunar Tunes Productions, based in Seminole, Florida. http://www.myspace.com/lunartunes

Mary Knaus has played piano since age six, and is from a family of musicians. Primarily a singer/song-writer, she writes music and collaborates with other musicians. Mary has written and recorded original material from an early age. She plays acoustic guitar, percussion, and sings lead as well as harmony.

Visit www.pamandmary.com

Noiretblanc

During the hot and sticky dog days of 2003, before they even had a collective name, a group of musicians took the stage at St. Petersburg’s (FL) Palladium auditorium and performed the well-known Gershwin piece, Summertime. Towards the end of the performance, it became apparent that New Tribe’s Summertime was something fresh.

Barbara Lane, lead vocalist, had assembled an eclectic group of musicians, who took the stage that night as one of the entries in the talent competition known as Night of the Stars. They were so well received that the judges awarded them first prize. NEW TRIBE was born. A few changes have occurred since the inception, but none have compromised the essence of the group, which values diversity in its members and its music. Each member has a distinctive musical heritage, which they have learned to blend into “tribalised” renderings of songs from numerous genres. They have also been successful with melding their individual songwriting abilities into a varied array of original music.
NEW TRIBE’s eclectic nature has enabled them to share their music with quite a diverse array of individuals. They have performed for the Junior League of St. Petersburg’s annual Fundraiser “Celebrate the Season”, the Wyndham Resort at Harbor Island, the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Carrollwood Village Fest, Carrollwood Country Club, Jackson’s Bistro. Finally, they have entertained many visitors at the Gold Dragon Art Gallery in South Tampa, where they held concerts monthly.

NEW TRIBE’s hard work and vision have brought forth into this universe a new precious gem --- their debut CD "It Had to Be Said". At the official launch, hundreds of listeners witnessed its sparkle at Jackson’s on the waterfront in Tampa. It was a huge success! This is only the beginning....

Visit www.noiretblancmusic.com

New Tribe

During the hot and sticky dog days of 2003, before they even had a collective name, a group of musicians took the stage at St. Petersburg’s (FL) Palladium auditorium and performed the well-known Gershwin piece, Summertime. Towards the end of the performance, it became apparent that New Tribe’s Summertime was something fresh.

Barbara Lane, lead vocalist, had assembled an eclectic group of musicians, who took the stage that night as one of the entries in the talent competition known as Night of the Stars. They were so well received that the judges awarded them first prize. NEW TRIBE was born. A few changes have occurred since the inception, but none have compromised the essence of the group, which values diversity in its members and its music. Each member has a distinctive musical heritage, which they have learned to blend into “tribalised” renderings of songs from numerous genres. They have also been successful with melding their individual songwriting abilities into a varied array of original music.
NEW TRIBE’s eclectic nature has enabled them to share their music with quite a diverse array of individuals. They have performed for the Junior League of St. Petersburg’s annual Fundraiser “Celebrate the Season”, the Wyndham Resort at Harbor Island, the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, Carrollwood Village Fest, Carrollwood Country Club, Jackson’s Bistro. Finally, they have entertained many visitors at the Gold Dragon Art Gallery in South Tampa, where they held concerts monthly.

NEW TRIBE’s hard work and vision have brought forth into this universe a new precious gem --- their debut CD "It Had to Be Said". At the official launch, hundreds of listeners witnessed its sparkle at Jackson’s on the waterfront in Tampa. It was a huge success! This is only the beginning....

Visit www.newtribemusic.com