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Pamela NcNeill is an American singer-songwriter. She grew up in Winona, Minnesota. She studied classical music for 16 years and formed her first rock and roll band playing throughout the Midwest at the age of 16. McNeill has written songs for many artists such as Wynona Judd and has contributed vocals, keyboards and piano for many various artist "tribute" CDs including ABBA, Willie Nelson, Martina McBride and Michael W. Smith, produced by her husband Dugan McNeill. She wrote the lyrics to "The Promise" and "Almost a Whisper" for Yanni's 2003 album, Ethnicity.
- 2 Sides to Every Sky (1998)
- American Breakup (2002)
- Nightingale (2007)
- Nitz, Elizabeth; Interview with Pamela McNeill; femmusic.com.
- 2008-01-02; Hobbes, Dwight; Country rocker Pamela McNeill has to be one of the hardest-working women in Twin Cities music—and one of the most ardently admired.; Twin Cities Daily Planet (tcdailyplanet.net)
- 2006 October; Hayes, Marlena; Women Take the Stage in the Male-Dominated Music Industry; Heavy Frequency magazine (heavyfrequency.com).
- 2007 November;Hobbes, Dwight; Pamela McNeill; MPLS/ST.PAUL Magazine (mspmag.com).
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