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Conrad (Connie) Reeder


Conrad is currently a member of The Dramatist Guild and recently earned an MFA in Creative Writing/Playwriting from the University of New Orleans. She enjoys a varied career as a feature writer, columnist, entertainer, musician, songwriter, music publisher and is the proud mother of two beautiful daughters, Ashlee and Cimcie.

Early in her singing career Conrad moved to New York to study acting at HB Studio with Uta Hagen and Stephen Strimpel. After a short stint in Off-Broadway Musical productions, working with such notables as John Cullum, Michael Price and John Goodman, she joined a band signed to Columbia Records called Dakota. From there Conrad worked her way into recording studio sessions, singing with/for Phoebe Snow, Patti Austin, China Crisis, Walter Becker, Lari White, etc… Along the way she had her own record deal on Morocco, the only white label on Motown, releasing the alternative songs, Urban Guerilla Man and I’m Blonde, He’s Black as well as a TRILOKA release still in rotation on New Age stations, titled Harmonic Ocean.

After seeing Conrad perform in a club on the upper east side of Manhattan, John Denver hired her to tour the world for many years starting in 1982 as a featured singer/musician in his show and in television specials. Denver cut a song of hers titled, Thanks to You. Conrad worked with John in the studio up until his untimely death in 1997.

Her popular column, The Demo Queen, based on the angst of being a singer/songwriter/career mother, was widely read in music publications such as EQ Magazine, as well as feature articles covering a range of entertainment topics, celebrities and environmental issues for the Sierra Club.

Conrad’s current projects include Venus a Love Story, an original musical written with Pamela Wolfe, Rose In Bloom an original screen play, and Catch A Falling Star, still in progress.


Pamela (Pam) Wolfe

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After earning a BA in Applied Music/Piano/Voice from Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia, Pam went on to persue a rewarding career as a singer, songwriter, pianist, music publisher, and children’s book author and illustrator.

As a singer and pianist, Pam has performed as a solo act in venues from Martha's Vinyard to New Orleans. She has also performed live and in the studio with artists including Reba McEntire, Emmy Lou Harris, Conway Twitty, Pam Tillis, Earl Thomas Conley, and Charlie Pride. Her vocals have been heard on many recordings and national network television and radio commercials.

Pam first began writing songs for herself to perform, and within a few years she was hired as a staff writer by Famous Music in Nashville, Tennessee. Eventually she started her own publishing companies, Pan For Gold Music, BMI, and Right Here Right Now Music, ASCAP which she still owns and administers. Her songs have been recorded by artists including Patti Labelle, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash, Lacy J. Dalton, Billy Joe Royal, Glen Campbell, and many others.

With her first children’s book and CD now published, entitled Poof - A Puff of Wind, Pam has two other children’s books, as well as a screenplay, currently in progress.

Other credits include an on camera performance of her song You Make It Hard To Say No in the made for TV Christmas movie, O’Henry Trilogy, starring Anthony Quinn and Robbie Benson.

Pam currently resides in Nashville with her husband David Phillips and is the proud mother of two fine young men, Samuel Wolfe and Jonas Wolfe. She continues to write and promote her songs and is very excited about Venus a Love Story, an original new musical co-written with Conrad Reeder.