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Pam Davis: California singer-songwriter (See below for Pam Davis: Jazz artist) .
Pam started playing music in Sacramento in about 1991. Over the next 8 years she was in and out of a bunch of different bands playing bass, drums, guitar and/or singing. Pam played open mic, opened for punk bands, and did a little bit of busking both in Sac and whenever she traveled. She moved to San Francisco in 1999 and continued song writing and had short stints with bands on drums or rhythm guitar. During her music years Pam wrote over 100 original songs. She is on hiatus from playing music now but likes to share her recorded song archive. Listen to albums "Renegade" and "Serendipity" here.

Pam Davis: Jazz artist.
Born and raised in Indianapolis,Indiana, began her professional singing career at age 17 she joined a nine-piece band and recorded two album produced by Wayne Henderson of the Jazz Crusaders. Along a well-traveled road - such as the one that Rosa herself might have traveled-Pam became tired of living out of living out of a suitcase. She began to sing only now and then, when she wanted to. With this play, Pam makes her acting debut. As she makes preparations to land an agent, she admits: I Kind of like this acting thing.” Hank Jacobs: studies at both the Berkeley School of Music in Boston, MA and the New England Conservatory, along with being under the watchful eye of concert pianist Joseph Tayor, helped shape Hank’s Jazz/ Blues background. In his early years as a musician, the organ became his Instrument of choice and it has served him and his listeners well throughout the San Diego and Boston areas. Now the keyboards take him musically to the places he wants to go. After “Travis,” two other projects are in the works including a seven-character, three-act blues piece “Ella Mae’s Blues Room”, written by Michael Darrell. The Jacobs-Darrell duo will also team up for an upcoming album for Sharp records out of Atlanta, GA All music was recorded and mixed at NSP Studios in Lynwood, CA recording, mixing and mastering chores were handled by, Arthur G. Wright, who also served as sound engineer and consultant for live performances of the show.

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