Pam Gadd is an accomplished banjo player and vocalist who has worked with a number of legendary musicians and bands including Wild Rose, the New Coon Creek Girls, Patty Loveless, Johnny Russell, Stella Parton, and Porter Wagoner. Pam feels equally at home playing clawhammer or Scruggs-style banjo and she has collaborated on recordings with Dolly Parton, the Daughters of Bluegrass, Vince Gill, Terri Clark and many other artists. Pam’s original songs have been nominated for “Song of the Year” and “Songwriter of the Year” by SPBGMA (the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America) and have been recorded by Carl Jackson, The Rarely Herd, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, and Terri Clark. Pam has an Associate of Science degree in Psychology and plays banjo as part of music therapy for individuals with mental disabilities. Pam is regularly invited as a guest performer, lecturer and banjo instructor at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tennessee.