Pam Tillis (born July 24, 1957 in Plant City, Florida) is an American country music singer and actress.
The daughter of singer Mel Tillis, she grew up in Nashville, TN surrounded by music. At age eight, she sang on the Grand Ole Opry.
Tillis got her musical start out in Los Angeles, releasing a pop single in 1981 for Elektra Records, "Every Home Should Have One", that failed to chart. The single, along with its flip side, "Holding On To What Is Gone", have never been reissued.
Tillis took another shot at pop stardom with her first (and only) album for Warner Bros. Above and Beyond the Doll of Cutey was released in 1983. The first single, "Killer Comfort", was backed with album track "(You Just Want To Be) Weird"; Tillis issued a promotional music video clip that featured scenes of her with various dolls, and her posing for the album cover. Both "Killer Comfort" and its follow-up single "Love Is Sneakin' Up On You" failed to chart. The album has been out of print for two decades, but cut-out copies can be found fairly easily in Nashville.
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|Born||July 24, 1957|
|Origin||Plant City, Florida|
|Years active||1981 in country music|