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
SOMETHING WONDERFUL
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Backstage
"a self-assured, in-command vocalist with a wide range of emotions as well as
vocal range... Something Wonderful mixed some of her old material with new... an
evocative "All the Way" (Cahn-Van Heusen) filled with heart. Reprising Brel's
Marieke...This mournful ode to a lost one can be tricky in the wrong hands. I know
of some major vocalists who could take lessons from Tate on how to interpret this
powerful song. She creates a fierce crescendo that cried out in defiance and pain."
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CD Baby
"Innovative jazz stylings...a mix of standards, theatre tunes, and contemporary
songs to illustrate the diverse loves that connect us."
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Runterladen Jazz, Blues, Funk
"Pam Tate is an awesome presence... and whether she’s singing fast or slow,
high and sweet or down and dirty, the result is the same - her soul reaches out
and wraps around her audience."
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Pam's third CD, SOMETHING WONDERFUL,
a departure from her earlier blues and rock CDs,  
is a mix of  standards and contemporary songs that
illustrate the diverse loves that connect us.


Pam turns down the volume with this stylish
jazz/cabaret outing, but all of Tate's hallmark traits
are intact - her blues inflections, her impeccable
phrasing, and her ability to make a lyric
a personal journey.


Compositions by the Gershwins, Rodgers &
Hammerstein, Jacques Brel, and contemporary
songwriters Sting and Tate herself,
are featured.  
REVIEWS
Track List:

1. Bridges
2. Watch What Happens
3. If I Ever Lose My Faith In You
4. God Bless The Child
5. Something Wonderful
6. In My Recurring Dream
7. Our Love Is Here To Stay
8. The Rhythm of Life
9. Marieke
10. All The Way / Make Someone Happy
11. Going As We G
o
THE PLAYERS:

Tedd Firth - Piano

Ritt Henn - Bass

Rex Benincasa - Percussion

Pam Tate - Vocals



Engineered by Joe Berger
at Unique Studio, NYC


Produced & Arranged by Pam Tate
for Beat Productions
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Cabaret Scenes Magazine
"Tate is a high-octane dramatic singer, assigning a mix of standards, theatre tunes, and contemporary songs to illustrate the
diverse loves that connect us. Possessing a voice that is more powerhouse than pretty, Tate grabs the listener's attention
and holds tight."
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All Music Guide
"A charismatic soul-styled vocalist..."
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Runterladen Jazz, Blues, Funk
"Pam Tate is an awesome presence... and whether she’s singing fast or slow, high and sweet or down and dirty, the result is
the same - her soul reaches out and wraps around her audience."
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NJ Record
"Singer Pam Tate has pipes The White House would kill for. She's an awesome belter, with enough power to fill an arena..."
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NY Native
"... this is one versatile singer who is very focused and unafraid to strip emotions bare with a powerhouse delivery and a
divine poignancy that captivates the room."
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MN Online
"Pam Tate has a powerful voice and wonderful material, making this "Something Wonderful," with its bluesy edge well worth
checking out."
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Backstage
Pam Tate... moved into the Jacques Brel-Gerard Jouannest "Marieke," for which Eric Blau supplied the English lyric. The
song is like a gathering storm, and Tate allowed herself to be gathered into it. Many have given themselves over to the tune
(Karen Akers does it like an anthem), but few have reached such tormented depths with it."
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Cabaret Hotline Online
"I got my advance copy of Something Wonderful in the mail on Saturday afternoon and this is a cabaret CD you will want to
own!"
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Theatermania.com
“Any composer, lyricist, or composer-lyricist would be thrilled to have this woman performing his or her material, as Tate is
one of those rare artists who sings with abandon - and the notes are just there… A reliable voice is one thing,but this one has
power, texture, and a beautiful tone to round out the vocal package. Oh...and Tate can act, too. Tate sings with so much
passion and pizzazz...You'll be thunderstruck by her voice.”
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