Pamela Parker creates rock n’roll chemistry by blending sultry soulful vocals with powerful rock anthems. Pamela’s voice is described by Program Director of CHLY, Steve Levington, as a combination between Ann Wilson and Axl Rose. The band has built a sound on their dynamic stage presence with commanding vocals that can drive you, make you dance, or take you on a journey. The new album, The Fantastic Machine, creates a fresh rock n'roll landscape bringing the heavy jams combining elements from Jimi Hendrix, Thin Lizzy, Funkadelic, Heart, Led Zeppelin, Janis Joplin & Aretha Franklin. The songs are built to inspire people to believe in themselves and pursue their dreams.  Tom Finch, the band’s wizard, duels with Pamela on guitar and vocals. He is also member of Big Brother & The Holding Company. Chris McGrew brings the propulsive drums and the funky bass player is Spence Murray, former member of Kofy Brown. The band’s live and studio mixing engineer, Jaimeson Durr, has worked with legends such as Sammy Hagar and Jason Bonham. The band all together presents and addictive and monumental force of rock n’roll music that will make your heart swell and your fist pump.




Opened for Heart at Mountain Winery, Saratoga, CA (2500 attendance) 

Opened for Big Brother & The Holding Company (Janis Joplin’s original band) Yoshi’s SF, CA 

Headlined Haight-Ashbury Street Fair twice (estimated 20,000 attendance) 

Headlined Tough Mudder Toronto, Canada (estimated 18,000 attendance) 

Headlined U LUV Festival (2,000 attendance); Peace Day, Earth Day, & Bay Vibes SF, CA 

Headlined Great American Music Hall, Independent, Slim’s SF; played Crystal Bay Casino, NV 

Played High Sierra Music Festival, Guitarfish Festival, Harmony Festival, Woodstock’s 40th Anniversary, Nelson Ledges Quarry Park - Gratefulfest & Rhythmfest 

Played House of Blues, The Viper Room, The Mint, LA; Brooklyn Bowl, Bitter End, NYC;

World Cafe WXPN, Philadelphia, PA 

Recommended if you like: 

Grace Potter, Led Zeppelin, Thin Lizzy, Gary Clark Jr., Heart, Aretha Franklin & Pink Floyd


 "Pamela Parker is without question one of the monarchs of the San Francisco rock scene.  She is not only an excellent performer, but she truly embodies the larger-than-life persona she's created for herself.  Her wild style, controlled and deliberate guitar playing and powerful voice speak enough to that point, but she has also played with several incredibly talented players in her time.  It's no wonder nearly every gigging musician in the city has heard of Pamela Parker, so check her out for a classic rock-inspired experience that will leave an impression." -

 "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 Axl 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."  - DJ Evil Steve, CHLY 101.7FM (Apr 24, 2013)






Band Photo B&W Photo by Edward Saenz 3.98 MB
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