With a beautiful voice, innovative style, and unique arrangements,
Pamela Mallory is a soulful and swinging jazz songstress.
A Cincinnati-based veteran vocalist, working in the Tri-State area for 40 years, Pamela is a recorded artist whose well-rounded musical
background includes performance in theater, opera, and church.
Originally from Dayton, Ohio, she has lived in Cincinnati for 15 years
where she is a regular performer at the Netherland Hilton Palm Court bar, Washington Platform, and the Incline Lounge at the Celestial Steakhouse. Most often, she sings with her husband, pianist and Hammond B3 organist, Wayne Yeager. In Dayton, Pamela performed with the Dayton Jazz Orchestra and for
the Dayton Art Institute Jazz Series. She frequently headlined the
Dayton Women in Jazz Festival and performed in the Dayton Jazz Festival 2018. Her quartet plays often in many
venues in the Tri-State area and in past ‘jazz institutions’ which include Gilly’s and Pacchia in Dayton, Ohio, Chez Nora in Covington, Kentucky, and Cincinnati’s Blue Wisp Jazz Club.
Pamela also performed in the long-running jazz series at Lexington
Kentucky’s Farish Theater, the Carnegie Theater in Covington, Wright State University’s jazz series, and Cincinnati’s Crown Jewels summer jazz program. Her latest passion is singing in the choral group, Fluidity, helping to raise funds for non-profit organizations serving the community. Most often, she sings with her husband, pianist and Hammond B3 organist, Wayne Yeager.
Wayne Yeager has always been and continues to be a full-time
working musician. He has worked all across the country and
in his hometown Cincinnati playing jazz in groups and
accompanying prominent vocalists. He is a consummate
player, elegant and soulful, truly one of Cincinnati’s finest
musicians. Wayne has dedicated his life to jazz music.
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