Pam Confer is an international, award-winning, bilingual singer, song-writer, and speaker. She has deep Mississippi roots, and a smile that can move the world. Her voice is described as velvety Jazz, dipped in soul. Pam has traveled extensively, and performed with such international blues artists as Willie Clayton and Johnnie Taylor. During her journey, she has shared the stage with an eclec-tic mix of entertainers, including BB King, Chaka Khan, Gerald Lavert, The Ojays, and Jazmine Sullivan.
Performing with her group, “Jazz Beautiful,” she was voted “Best Local Jazz Artist” by the Jackson Free Press for 2012 and 2013; the Jackson Music Awards’ 2013 and 2015 “Jazz Group of the Year;” and, the MS Jazz Foundation’s 2015 “Jazz Ambassador of the Year.” She is also one of the MS Business Journal’s 2015 “Top 50 Leading MS Businesswomen;” a 2016 Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi “Woman of Distinction;” a 2017 Jackson Convention and Visitors Bureau “Hometown Hero;” and, the Jackson Advocate newspaper’s 2017 “Woman of the Year.” She recently wrote and debuted the song, “Mississippi Beautiful,” which has quickly become a unifying and fa-vored piece in Mississippi. “Mississippi Beautiful” is also permanently featured in Gallery 8 of the new Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.