Pam Tillis (born July 24, 1957 in Plant City, Florida) is an American country music singer and actress.
The daughter of singer Mel Tillis, she grew up in Nashville, Tennessee surrounded by music. At age eight, she sang on the Grand Ole Opry.
Pam Tillis has had six No.1 hits on the country music charts and in 1994 was named the Country Music Association "Female Vocalist of the Year." In 1999, she earned a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals.
As well as singing, she has acted in guest spots on television and on stage in the Tennessee Repertory production of "Jesus Christ Superstar" and on Broadway in "Smokey Joe's CafĂ©" that ran from 1995 to 2000.
In 2000, Pam became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Pam also appeared on the Opry's 75th Birthday special on CBS, performing an original song she wrote as a tribute to Minnie Pearl called "Two Dollar Hat".
Billboard Top Ten country hits include:
"Don't Tell Me What to Do" (1990) "One of Those Things" (1991) "Maybe It Was Memphis" (1991) "Shake the Sugar Tree" (1992) "Let That Pony Run" (1992) "Spilled Perfume" (1994) a remake of Jackie DeShannon's "When You Walk in the Room" (1994) "Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)" (1994) "In Between Dances" (1995) "Deep Down" (1995) "The River and the Highway" (1996) "All the Good Ones Are Gone" (1997)