Pam Hall is a Jamaican reggae singer whose career began in the 1970s.

Pam Hall
BornLondon, England
GenresReggae, R&B, jazz
Years active1975–present



Hall recorded as a solo artist from the mid-1970s as well as providing backing vocals for several other artists including Jimmy Cliff, Judy Mowatt, Beres Hammond, Dennis Brown, and Peter Tosh, sometimes along with her sister Audrey.[1] Among her earliest releases were "Creation", a duet with Orville Wood as Pam & Woody, and "You Should Never Do That", a duet with Tinga Stewart.[2][3]

Her 1986 single "Dear Boopsie" topped the reggae charts and reached number 54 on the UK Singles Chart.[4] Her first album, Perfidia, was released in 1987.[3]

She had further hits on the reggae charts in the 1990s with her version of "I Will Always Love You", "Young Hearts Run Free", and "You Are Not Alone".[1] She continued to be in demand for backing vocals, working with Toots Hibbert, and Ziggy Marley in the 1990s.[1] She went on to release a string of solo albums on VP Records.[3]

In the 1990s she filled in for Judy Mowatt in the I Threes, joining the group in the decade that followed.[3]


  • Perfidia (1987), World Enterprise
  • Always Love you (1993), VP
  • Missing You Baby (1995), VP
  • Magic (1996), VP
  • Bet You Don't Know (1998), VP
  • Time For Love (2001), VP
  • R&B Hits Reggae Style (2001), VP
  • Songs in the Key of Dancehall (2007), Jet Star


  1. ^ a b c "Pam Hall Biography", Allmusic. Retrieved 7 July 2014
  2. ^ Campbell-Livingston, Cecelia (2014) "Hall back on the dancefloor", Jamaica Observer, 7 July 2014. Retrieved 7 July 2014
  3. ^ a b c d Oumano, Elena (1997) "V.P. Records' Hall Bends Voice to Reggae Groove", Billboard, 12 April 1997, p. 9. Retrieved 7 July 2014
  4. ^ "Pam Hall", Official Charts Company. Retrieved 7 July 2014