Pamela Hart

Pamela Hart – vocalist


Pamela Hart is regarded as one of Austin, Texas’ finest vocalist. She is noted by Austin Women’s Magazine as “Austin’s First Lady of Jazz.” Pamela is keen on keeping jazz vocal music alive. In 1993, Pamela and Kevin Hart founded the Women in Jazz Association, Inc. whose mission is to keep jazz alive.  The organization has been growing ever since providing concerts, vocal workshops, and youth programs geared towards jazz education and performance. With her performances, the Women in Jazz Association, Inc., vocal performance workshops, and vocal coaching, Pamela is making a difference in the Austin jazz scene. Pamela Hart was inducted in the Austin Jazz Society Hall of Fame in 2018. She was awarded Best Jazz Performer in the 2023 Black Music Awards – Houston. Pamela’s appreciation for the great masters of jazz is apparent in her intonation, grace and style. She performs locally, regionally, and nationally for Concerts, Festivals, Weddings, Corporate Events, Banquets, and Night Clubs. Pamela became a usual IAJE attendee and performer with the African American Jazz Caucus Band in New York City, Long Beach, CA, and Toronto, Canada. Earlier in her career, Pamela completed European jazz festival tours including the Montreaux, Vienne, and Juan des Pins Jazz festivals, with the Texas State University Jazz Band, directed by the legendary Dr. James Polk.  She has repeatedly opened shows for, and shared stages with, many popular artists including Miss Nancy Wilson, Dianne Reeves, Nat Adderley, Jr., Kirk Whalum, Rachelle Ferrell, Norman Brown, Richard Elliot, and more. Her passion for jazz extends to jazz education programs for youth and young female singers.

Pamela’s latest CD album released on May 2021 titled “Happy Talk” is available on various online stores and  Pamela advocates for upcoming and professional female musicians with Women in Jazz programs. For more information, music, videos, photos and performance schedule, visit

Pamela Hart is a beautiful woman who steals the heart of any jazz aficionado. Be prepared to shout “encore!” You can learn more about Pamela by visiting her web sites and pages at,,  Pamela will entertain you with both traditional jazz and smooth jazz & R&B instrumentation.





“Happy Talk” HartBeat – 2021 full CD

“May I Come In?” HartBeat – 1998 – full CD

“Pamela Hart In-Context” – PBS TV 2009 DVD

“Pamela Hart Live on Smooth” – ME TV 2008 DVD

“Pamela Hart Live – Great American Songbook 2004 HartBeat/AMN

“Merry Christmas” – 4-song Demo – HartBeat 2005

“The Sweetest Sound” 4-Song Demo- HartBeat 2004

“Women in Jazz” – Compilation CD – Jazziz 2000

“I’ll Be Home For Kwanzaa – Complilation CD (Bagel Label) 1997

“Songs from the Hart” – 4-song Demo – (Hartbeat) 1993


For more information, visit Pamela’s website at