Order Pamela Parker's highly anticipated new original classic rock album, Evolutionary Process. This new album features an all-star line-up consisting of Eric McFadden; Guitar, Kevin Carnes; Drums, Chris Arenas; Bass, Pamela Parker; Vocals, Guitar, & Piano, and special guest Ryan Hickey; Piano and Organ. Evolutionary Process is 13 electrifying new tracks (11 originals & 2 obscure covers!) that span the gamut of the classic rock format. With a potent new sound, Pamela and crew have set out to make a modern classic. Produced by Pamela Parker, Michael Moss, Delphine Suter, phYne Entertainment and Novascope. The results are Evolutionary Process, get some!
Pamela Parker Rock & Roll Sticker
New circle sticker by Michael Moss just in!!! This sticker takes album artwork from the cover and makes it psychadellic. The sticker's edge is the red part of the picture. The black part of this picture is just for online viewing purposes. This sticker is a CIRCLE. It measures 3" across. Enjoy!
All stickers are limited edition and will not be printed the same twice. Get yours while supplies last!
Pamela Parker Rocks Sticker
Original Michael Moss artwork and Aaron Braun photography make up this rockin' sticker. Sticker is 3" x 3" and UV protected.
Pamela Parker Rock & Roll T-Shirt on Black
Pamela Parker Rock & Roll T-Shirt on black. This t-shirt comes in many different sizes and is available NOW. Design by Michael Moss.
Pamela Parker Rock & Roll T-Shirt Baseball Black/Red
Pamela Parker Rock & Roll Baseball T-Shirt in black with red sleeves. Get yours while supplies last. We only have a few of these. Sizes include Small, Medium, Large and X-Large.
Evolutionary Process Poster
This new poster accompanies the original classic rock for the new millennium album, Evolutionary Process. Get your copy of this poster while supplies last.
Beautiful Day Album
Check out this UNPLUGGED album for the mellow mood in you. When you want to chill and get inspired in all the best ways, this classic features songs like "Beautiful Day" to lift your spirits, "Dream of Me" to take you on a journey, "Mary Jane Blues" to get you groovin', "Love Returns" written on green paper and more. This album features mostly Pamela Parker on all instruments, but read the liner notes on this one, it features some great musicians on most tracks like: Norwood Fisher (Fishbone) on bass, Bobby Lee Rodgers (Col. Bruce Hampton) on guitar, Dave Shul (Michael Franti & Spearhead) on guitar, Mark Calderone (Albino) on bass, Yari Mander (Gamelon X) on percussion, Dan Parker (Citizen Cope) on bass & organ, Jacob Thro on cello and Jacob Williamson on 7-string guitar. So, as you see, this was a labor of love and traveling. Pamela recorded this record from East Coast to West Coast all the way to Japan. Get it. Got it. Good. <3<3<3
White & Black Jackie-O Sunglasses
Pick from White or Black Jackie-O Sunglasses. UV Protection. A must for anyone in this day and age.
International Women's Day Yoshi's 2012 Poster
Michael Moss' poster for International Women's Day Celebration 2012 at Yoshi's in San Francisco, CA. Featuring Big Brother & the Holding Company (Janis Joplin's band), Pamela Parker, Nonstop Bhangra and Mondo Loko. Sponsored by the National Organization for Women, Code Pink, Earth Day SF, WomenROCK and more.
Featuring all-stars: Eric McFadden (Guitar), Chris Arenas (Bass), Kevin Carnes (Drums) with Pamela Parker (Vocals, Guitar, Piano) and special guest, Ryan Hickey (Piano, Organ)
"Original Classic Rock for the New Millennium"
This album debuted at #1 on CHLY 101.7FM in Nanaimo, BC, Canada.
DJ Evil Steve (Steve Levington, Program Director of 101.7FM CHLY) says:
"When I first heard Pamela Parker's Is It Real I knew I had to have Evolutionary Process. Pamela Parker sounds like the love child of Ann Wilson and Axle Rose all the while looking like the daughter of Slash, Eric McFadden plays the guitar like he's being possessed by Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana at the same time. There's only one real word to describe this band and this album....Smooth. This is the kind of music you want to roll over, light a cigarette and ask was it good for you, too? There is no such thing as a bad song on this album, it's the kind you can put in your car and go on a road trip on, drive with the top down and looking damn cool doing it. I'm a music director of a radio station and I feel that Pamela Parker's Evolutionary Process is my greatest discovery this year, and if you're smart it'll be yours 2 "