Pam Tate
& Her Men In Blues
PAM TATE's career spans thirty years, performing in venues that
range from small cabaret clubs to stadiums of 50,000 fans. Her music
fuses blues with rock and jazz, a hallmark of her live performances
and CDs -  
Die Happy, Dancing on the Pyramids,  Something
and, most recently, Gonna Get it Right,  
recorded with her band, Pam Tate & Her Men In Blues.

After touring as an opening act for Hall & Oates and
The Doobie Brothers, Pam conquered the Blues and Cabaret scene
in NYC. Now settled in Nashville, Pam has been collaborating with
top studio and touring musicians,
Bob Hatter, Pete Young and Dow Tomlin. The resulting band Pam
Tate & Her Men In Blues, deliver a take on the blues that is
refreshingly unique, blending Pam's sultry and soulful voice
with the intensity of rockin' rhythm & blues.

BOB HATTER has recorded and toured
with artists as diverse as
Randy Houser, T. Graham Brown and Rick Derringer.
He often performs with Keith Anderson on the
Grand Old Opry and he played and sang on Keith’s
two major label releases. He currently spends his
days in the recording studios of Nashville,
as well as performing with local artists.
Originally from Chicago, Bob returns to his blues
roots playing, writing and recording with
Pam Tate & Her Men In Blues.