Regarded as a top song stylist in Philadelphia’s noted
jazz circles, Pamela Orlando has been entertaining audiences throughout the Northeast region.
Among her many professional accomplishments are concert appearances at the Mellon Jazz Festival, Willingboro Jazz Festival, and the Historic Keswick Theater. By invitation, Pamela performed for President Ronald Reagan during his 1980 campaign. She has headlined at Hotel Atop the Bellevue, The Ritz-Carlton, The Four Seasons Hotel, and the internationally acclaimed restaurant, Le Bec-Fin . She has also appeared at Caesar’s Hotel-Casino and the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City as well as New York’s Plaza Hotel and the Palace of Versailles in Paris France.
Pamela’s work encompasses a blend of jazz and pop stylings. Her lush alto voice can be heard on the album, “From: Me... To:You ... I Miss You “written and produced by Artie Singer(“At the Hop”) and Roy Straigis (“So Much in Love”) for Arro Records. You will hear Pam’s “Philadelphia Christmas” played on local radio stations throughout Philadelphia.
Her versatility is revealed on a host of CD’s and albums in Music Minus One’s Pocket Song Library featuring the music of Sarah Vaughn, George Gershwin, Cole Porter, Marilyn Monroe, Michel Legrand, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Glen Miller. On behalf of Music Minus One she has made several promotional appearances on the OVC Cable TV Network.
Miss Orlando’s television experience also includes Special Guest Artist billing on Al Alberts Showcase, a weekly Philadelphia-produced forum spotlighting local talent. She has also recorded jingles for Mobil Oil Company and Mainland Productions, and has made live broadcast appearances on WPEN’s radiothon and Philadelphia’s top jazz station WRTI.
Throughout her career, Pamela has consistently been recognized as one of the area’s leading vocalists. As bandleader and radio personality Al Raymond observed in his “Big Band Beat” column for “Out on the Town” newspaper: “You can take 98 percent of the singers in the country today, and she demolishes them all! There is not enough space to describe Pamela Orlando. Let’s just say she’s the greatest!”