Pam followed in her father's footsteps to become a world renowned country music artist. As the daughter of country star Mel Tillis, she grew up in Nashville and made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry at age 8, singing "Tom Dooley." Early in her career, she worked as a backup vocalist, demo singer, club performer and songwriter and also sang jingles for Hardee's and Equal Sweetener. Highway 101 scored a hit with Tillis' "Someone Else's Trouble Now" and her compositions were recorded by Juice Newton, Chaka Khan, Janie Fricke, Conway Twitty, Ricky Van Shelton, The Forester Sisters, Dan Seals and many more.

"I've played this guitar for 10 years and have never been happier with my tone. The clarity my guitar has in the FOH mix is so obviously improved, my soundman is all smiles"