From Pam Taylor
Winners of the 2012 Charlotte Music Awards for "Best Female Rock Band" and "Best Blues Band"
Voted Created Loafing Magazines Readers pick for " Best Local Songwriter"
1st Runners Up in the 2012 Charlotte Blues Society Talent Competition
Nominated for Best Rock Female 2013 & 2014 - Carolina Music Awards
WINNER for Best Rock Female 2013- Queen City Music Awards
Nominated for Best Rock/Blues Release 2013 - The Blues 411 "Jimi" Awards
Nominated for Best Female Singer 2013- Severn FM.com "Doc's" Awards
Pam Taylor- Singer /Songwriter/Guitar player from a small town in South Carolina, is a 3rd generation musician. Her grandfather is a singer/guitar player and her father also plays the saxophone. She grew up singing, playing piano, writing and often performed in plays and with choral groups. At age 18, her father gave her her first guitar, a Washburn acoustic, in which she taught herself how to play. After discovering she had a knack for songwriting as well, she hasn't looked back. Both heavily influenced by the blues, currently she and her father share their love of music and are taking the local music scene by storm. They have teamed up with some of the most dedicated and talented musicians in the South East to form the Pam Taylor Band. This has been a life-long dream of Taylor who has shared the stage with such artists as Los Lobos, Debbie Davies, Kofi Burbridge, Marquise Knox, JP Soars, Brandon Santini, Tommy Castro, Nick Moss, Jason Ricci, Deanna Bogart, Jimmy Carpenter, Elvin Bishop and Deborah Coleman. It's no wonder she's making waves, in only 2 years on music scene the expressive singer already has multiple nominations and wins for Best Blues Band, Best Female Rock Artist, Best songwriter, Best Vocalist, Best Blues Rock Release (Hot Mess) from the Carolina's all the way across the pond. Her debut release, Hot Mess, is getting worldwide airplay and the title track was even noted by USA Today as being one of their top 10 intriguing tracks. Her high energy live performances are drawing the attention of fans everywhere. She is currently working on her first tour and her second studio release, due out summer 2014. Sax: Mike Taylor started playing the sax in the school band at age 13, by the age of 14 he was playing professionally in the top 40 R&B band, The Ardells. He is influenced by Jr. Walker, King Curtis, and Boots Randolph among many others. After about 10 years of touring he called it quits to focus on family and over the last five he has gotten back to his roots, the blues, and is tearing up the stage alongside his daughter.