Reliant Talent is pleased to announce the addition of Grammy award-winning artist Pam Tillis (“Maybe It Was Memphis,” “Shake the Sugar Tree,” and “Mi Vida Loca”) to their expanding roster. The Grand Ole Opry member and former CMA Female Vocalist of the Year is the latest addition to Reliant’s multi-format roster.
Reliant Talent’s Steve Lassiter comments, “We are so excited to add such a high standard of country music royalty to the Reliant Talent family. I’ve known Pam for many years and have had the honor of working with her in the past. My team and I couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this next phase of her already amazing career.”
In 1991, her first hit single, “Don’t Tell Me What to Do,” reached the Top 5. Since then, she has racked up nearly 20 Top 10 and six No. 1 singles. Pam has also won three CMA (Country Music Association), had multiple Grammy nominations, and won two collaboration GRAMMY® Awards. Pam has been touring consistently for more than 30 years with fan favorites such as “Let That Pony Run,” “The River and the Highway,” and “Spilled Perfume.”
She has sold more than four million albums, and her latest album, Looking For a Feeling, is critically acclaimed. NPR’s Ann Powers expresses her love of Tillis’ album, saying, “This album is full of great story songs, and I think Pam sounds fantastic. I hope people hold this record close.”
Reliant Talent’s roster also includes Travis Tritt, Kenny Loggins, Rodney Carrington, Phil Vassar, Yacht Rock Revue, Take 6, Average White Band, Lit, Everclear, Saliva, Sister Hazel, and many others (here).
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