by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director 09/17/2023
Pamela Hines has been a prolific presence in American jazz as a pianist and composer. She has received national and international critical acclaim for instrumental compositions that contribute to the art of the trio, and for jazz originals for vocalists who are more at home in the American Songbook.
Hines has led or played with other jazz artists at hundreds of east coast venues for three decades, including Scullers, Groton Hill Music Center, Les Zygomates, Prudential Center Summer Music Series, Boston Harbor Park Summer Music Series, Ryles, Johnny D's, Thelonious Monkfish (Mad Monkfish), Spirit of Boston, Acton Jazz Cafe, Mechanics Hall, New Haven Jazz Festival, Newton Jazz Festival, New Composers Jazz Festival, and Cachaça, Duplex and Metropolitan Room in NYC. (Whew! Busy girl.)
Her 2018 release, Music of Richard Whiting, earned 4.5/5 stars and was a Top 10 of 2018 selection by Dan McClenaghan, at All About Jazz. Three of her trio CDs have reached the top 20 on national radio charts and her all- original Christmas CD with vocalists made the national radio list in 2008.
Hines was host/pianist for Live Jazz New England on NPR-station WICN, 2012–17. She currently hosts the Saturday Jazz Matinee.
And did I happen to mention that Pam also hosts Jazz Journey on wfpr●fm? No? Listen, on 102.9 fm, Tuesday: 9a/12p/6p. Enjoy the Journey – and all that Jazz.
And – as always –Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm.And, thank you for watching.
Get this week's program guide for Franklin.TV and Franklin Public Radio (wfpr.fm) online http://franklin.tv/programguide.pdf
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