Pam Tate & Her Men In Blues plays soulful and sultry Rhythm & Blues fronted by lead
singer/songwriter, Pam Tate. A popular blues singer from NYC who has settled in Nashville, Pam
has hooked up with some of Nashville's top studio and touring musicians.
Their repertoire ranges from Bessie Smith and Al Green to Tom Waits to Lady Gaga,
as well as originals that sound like instant classics.
Pam Tate
& Her Men In Blues
featuring Bob Hatter on Guitar
Pam Tate

Steppin' Out Magazine   
"High-caliber... Interesting lyrics and some killer rhythm tracks."

Copley News Service   
"On her second release, singer-songwriter Tate offers some new sounds... Her
vocal ability remains strong. The sounds are funky and the lyrics attempt to
deliver a more intellectual slant. In addition, almost every song is a good dance
tune... Tate establishes herself as a multi-talented vocalist capable of working with
new sounds and styles."

Times Newspaper Group   
"Pam Tate’s new literary-influenced pop-rock album Dancing on the Pyramids is
first rate!... An excellent CD, highly recommended... Tate is an intelligent,
perceptive, melodic songwriter with a powerful voice who deserves all the
success that will follow her all over the world."

Music Monthly   
"Enough hooks to fill a tackle box. Brushes literary quality imagery against
sparkling melodic canvases of pop, torch and even reggae. Tate’s work can’t help
but overwhelm mainstream aficionados."

Jam Music & Entertainment Magazine   
"Unbelievable... reggae flavor... Latin-influence... among the many rock and pop

On her second CD,
Pam proved herself to be a versatile songwriter and vocalist,
embracing sounds from rock, reggae and  flamenco as well as
her trademark blues-tinged  ballads. Three singles received
widespread Adult Alternative radio play - Love Lost and Found,
Born Too Late (For The Beat Generation), and Queen of the
Broken Heart.

Pam's reputation as a songwriter of smart, quirky lyrics
and memorable melodies was firmly established with the
release of Dancing on the Pyramids.

"I see that Tate's wide-ranging influences include Motown,
blues, musical theater, reggae and rock, along with literary
sources ranging from Anais Nin and the Paris expatriates of the
Twenties to the Beats of the Fifties. I know what you're
thinking: Pretentious. Wrong. The songs are often about
relationships, and are quite accessible."
- Audiophile Voice Magazine.
Track List:

1. Born Too Late(For the Beat Generation)
2. The Rage of Paris
3. Queen of the Broken Heart
4. Follow You
5. Safer Place
6. Thinking of You
7. Moth to a Flame
8. Love Lost and Found
9. Sirocco
10. Slip Through My Hands
11. Go

Willy Dalton - Guitar/Mandolin

Mike Mancini - Piano/Keyboards

Paul Ossola - Bass

Vince Cherico - Drums/Percussion

Margaret Dorn - Background Vocals

Everett Bradley - Background Vocals

Pam Tate - Lead Vocals

Engineered by Jeremy Harris at
Unique Studio and RPM, NYC

Mixed by Pam Tate and Chris
Andersen at Nevessa Studio,
Saugerties, NY
Assistant Engineer - Scott Eisenberg

Produced & Arranged by Pam Tate
for Left Field Records

Pittsburgh City Paper   
"Her approach is effective in creating infectious, poppy tunes suitable for radio... Tate has a good thing going. She may feel
she was ‘born to late for the beat generation,’ but she has the look and the sensibilities."

Midwest Record Recap   
"Shows her versatility... Over to the pop side... Fun outing that adult listeners will enjoy."

"The Wax Works" (syndicated)   
"Switches to pop-rock on this... Every song a story, solid lyrics."

The North Jersey Herald & News   
"Here’s something a little different. Refreshing in its trend-bucking style, Pam Tate’s second album establishes her...
Whether it be joy or melancholy, her songs are all bursting with emotion. Her talented vocals cover lots of territory... Those
tired of the quickly tiring alternative sounds may find Tate’s confident grasp of the arrangements and ear for diversity to be a
welcome change of pace."

The Indianapolis Star   
"Has a lot of great beats... wonderful party dance music... She also intelligently explores love... This is a dandy album,
especially if you can think and dance at the same time."

The Audiophile Voice   
"Who is Pam Tate? She’s the best damn singer/songwriter I’ve never heard of... Dancing on the Pyramids is pure pop for
now-older people. Make that great pop: monumental anthems, sensitive ballads and infectious rock numbers featuring sharp
hooks and stirring melodies, all sung with a set of pipes so prodigiously good I swear they sound famous -- at least they
ought to be famous... Quite accessible... She was born just in time to be terrific right now."