Pam Ross was born in Pittsburgh, PA but lived most of her life in Houston, TX.  She launched her music career in Houston where she first exposed the world to her original songs through open mic venues. After quickly gaining a reputation as an energic performer and soulful songwriter, Pam began touring throughout Texas. 

Pam later moved to Nashville and became recognized as one of the up-and-coming songwriters to watch.  Rover Sovine, then A&R president of BMI, took an interest in her career and began booking her in BMI showcases.  Her lucky break came when she met with country songwriting legend and senior director of A&R at Mercury Records, Gary Harrison.  He was impressed with Pam’s songwriting and vocal power and offered her a record deal.  Sadly, the opportunity never came to frutition and Pam returned to Houston.

During this time, Pam earned several degrees from the University of Houston - Downtown.   She moved to North Carolina in June of 2020 during the pandemic.  After taking a hiatus from music, in June 2022  she gathered up some incredible musicians and began recording.  Her album, When Therapy Fails, was released in November of 2022.  

The video for her first single, Fire In the Hole, has received multiple music video awards.  In April, 2023 she signed on with MTS Artist Management , Promotions, and Records.  Three of her singles have broken into the top 10 on the UK iTunes rock and country charts and Indie Music Network Charts. Her single Two Shots of Tequila has also reached #2 on Bandwagon Network Radio.  She has received airplay on WHNE 101.3 in Nashville  and QDR 94.7 in Raleigh.  

Pam won the 2023 Musician of the Year at the Who's Hoo Country Music Awards.  Her energetic performances and soulful songwriting make her a memorable experience to see live.