Pam Hata hails from the land of the long white cloud, (Aotearoa, New Zealand) now residing in the lower Clarence region of Australia. Pam Hata is a full time independent solo artist playing a soulful blend of blues, Rn'B, funk, reggae , roots covers and originals in a quirky performance of favourites and like a version mash ups that get the toes tapping and hands clapping. Perfect for an upbeat sunday sesh that's just a bit different this is a little lady with a big voice.
Completing two single releases and one international tour in the past year ,Pam has performed at local venues and festivals stages across Australasia , most recently on the meat stock festival circuit which sold out in Auckland and in Sydney with Frank Saltana and Austin Alsop .
Pam has supported acts and shared stages with the big names like Busby Merou, Wolf Mother , Booseeka, Gold member, The Beautiful Girls, Kalidad, Claud Hay, Pete Murray and more!
Pams versatility as a musician and in her musical projects have recently featured her in focus magazine and the daily examiner both for her solo work, music events and her new Rock band ensemble making its debut on the East Coast with marked success taking out the venue vote in battle of the bands 2019 as the only female in the comp!
This year as well as performing the local club scene Pam Hata recent events include:
Meat stock festival Auckland 2019 NZ SOLD OUT
Meat stock festival Sydney 2019 SOLD OUT
Auzzie Night Markets tour 2019 Coffs, Forster, Taree, Kempsy, Port Mac
Artwalk festival Port Mac 2019
Battle of the Bands MidNorthCoast 2019 victory lap tour
Red Ceadar festival South West Rocks 2019
Brush grove food festival 2019
Forster folk festival 2019
New Zealand "moved" single release tour
Pam is excited to be working on her next single release and a new live showcase due to release mid 2020 as well as a summer back on the festival circuit.
Check out more of Pam's music on her Facebook videos for live footage and SoundCloud for live recorded shows courtesy of community radio:
Solo: blues soul, funk, reggae folk, originals and covers
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