Grammy-nominated and BMI “Million-Air” award-winning singer-songwriter Pam Rose sings of heaven on earth in her intimate and inspiring album, Sacred Song, available today on Apple Music and Spotify. Her fourth solo project, this ten-track album powerfully conveys life’s blissful and ethereal qualities.
Joining this multifaceted tunesmith are co-producer Kim Person (Tommy Emmanuel) and prolific writers Cathy Majeski (Reba McEntire, Wynonna Judd, Ricochet & Lorrie Morgan), Melissa Manchester, and Terry Burns, all of whom experienced losses in their lives prior to the album’s conception. Unearthing new strengths despite their shared grief, the writers transport listeners to a place of solace, highlighting the empathy we need most as we continue to face life within a new normal.
“Sacred Song was not intended to be a religious album. And, although I’ve been on a spiritual journey for the better part of my life, I don’t consider myself a religious person, in the conventional sense of the word.” says Pam. “But, I’ve always been fascinated about how people connect with whatever it is that they consider bigger than themselves, and with how faith and inspiration help so many of us get through the trials and tribulations of being human,” says Pam.
Audiences around the globe and at film festivals are already being impacted by this project with the track, “So Many Angles,” featured in the documentary, “Invisible.” The award-winning film, Invisible: Gay Women in Southern Music, stars Pam along with her longtime collaborator Mary Ann Kennedy and the cast of “Who’s Who” like Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Pam Tillis, and others. The documentary has screened at a myriad of Film Festival locations including: Frameline San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival (San Francisco, CA), Outfest (Los Angeles), Out on Film (Atlanta, GA), Reeling Chicago International LGBTQ Film Festival (Chicago, IL), Nashville Film Festival (Nashville, TN), Edmonton International Film Festival (Alberta, CA), Tampa Bay LGBTQ Film Festival (St. Petersburg, FL), Dayton LGBT Film Festival (Dayton, OH), Way Out West Film Festival (New Mexico), Newfest LGBTQ+ Film & Media (New York, NY), Desperado LGBTQ Film Festival (Phoenix, AZ), OUTSHINE Film Festival (Ft. Lauderdale, FL), Franklin International Indy Film Festival (Franklin, TN), etc. As a sneak peek gift to the community during the pandemic, the soft launch of Pam’s contemporary rendition of Schubert’s “Ave Maria” has landed over 11,000 views on YouTube.
With two Grammy nominations, this social justice activist, LGBTQ performer, and avant-garde songstress is already garnering attention on her spiritually interrogative album, Sacred Song, with media recognition on outlets such as Music Row and Main Street Nashville.
Following this highly anticipated album is it’s accompanying visual, “Sacred Song: A Virtual Listening Party.” The first episode in this per-track collection, “Ave Maria,” drops on Pam’s YouTube Channel on October 18th and features her in an exclusive conversation about the inspiration and production behind Sacred Song.
Full details on the project are below:
1. Ave Maria (Franz Schubert)
2. Between The Worlds (Terry Burns, Cathy Majeski & Pam Rose)
3. Forevermore (Pam Rose & Kristen Wilkinson)
4. So Many Angels (Terry Burns, Cathy Majeski & Pam Rose)
5. The Offering (Catt Gravitt, Gerald O’Brien & Pam Rose)
6. Holy Child (Terry Burns, Cathy Majeski & Pam Rose)
7. The Everlasting (Chuck Canon, Chuck Jones & Pam Rose)
8. Everything (Terry Burns, Cathy Majeski & Pam Rose)
9. One Flesh to Wound (Chuck Jones & Pam Rose
10. Still Myself (Melissa Manchester & Pam Rose)
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