Pam Ward, a native of Washington, DC, has long been a lover of music. In the church is where she began to develop a deep appreciation for gospel music, which can be heard in her singing. Pam honed her skills by singing with many choirs, groups and bands throughout the D.C. Metropolitan area. She has performed nationally on the stages of notable venues, such as Radio City Music Hall, Hollywood Palladium, etc. Ms. Ward has a solid fan base and is usually a crowd favorite wherever she performs.
In 2001, Pam branched into theater and acted in the stage play, Divided We Fall, at Howard University’s Cramton Auditorium. Pam’s versatility was discovered as she played three different roles on stage each night. Her roles in “Divided” lead to her next play, Lord I’m Coming Home. She was cast in the lead role where she shared the stage with Sherman Hemsley, Rev. Melvin Williams of the Williams Brothers and the late gospel great Brenda Waters. Pam became the 2006 Grand Champion of the World Championships of Performing Arts competition where artists from over 40 countries come to compete annually. In 2007, Pam fell in love with musical theater. She has since performed in many theater productions throughout the DC metropolitan area.
Many have described her as having a powerful voice with incredible range and captivating stage presence. Pam’s dynamic vocals have afforded her the opportunity to share the stage with great artists, such as, Jennifer Holiday, Rahsaan Patterson, Regina Belle, LaShun Pace, Dorothy Norwood and Patti LaBelle for whom she sang background vocals at the 2000 Essence Awards in New York City. Her influences include the aforementioned women, as well as, Karen Clark-Sheard, Chaka Khan, Stephanie Mills, Mary J. Blige, Jill Scott, and Yolanda Adams. She hopes to inspire others as she has been inspired by many great talents.