Pam Xami Hall
Pam Xami Hall has been performing since the early 1990s, when she exploded on the scene at the March on Washington, and at myriad women’s festivals including National Women’s Music Festival, Malibu/West Coast, Southern, Ohio Lesbian Fest, and others too numerous to mention. A noted emcee and singer-songwriter, Pam plays fiddle, blues harp, and acoustic and electric guitar. She released her first album, Honey on My Lips, featuring her unique blend of blues-infused acoustic rock, in 1993. Produced by the immortal-but-very-much-alive June Millington on Fabulous Records, recorded at June and Jean Millington’s IMA at Bodega Bay, the album features chops from Sue Fink (Leaping Lesbians!), Mary Watkins (Brick Hut), June and Jean, and others. When she steps out of the phone booth, changing from her superhero guitar-hero cape into her everyday clothes, Pam Xami Hall is a butch-identified, proud out lesbian, and dedicated teacher of gifted kindergarten through 8th and 9th grade students.
A Virginia Giordano Memorial Fund honoree, Pam Xami Hall performs at SisterSpace for the first time in 2018.