Pamela Moore


Country USA

Style Hard Rock/Heavy Metal

Profile Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Moore was introduced to theater at a young age and developed a passion for performing on stage. She studied with the music program in high school and taught herself how to play acoustic guitar and piano. In the early eighties, Moore released her two first albums, Take a Look and You Won’t Find Me There. Both albums were critically acclaimed, but record label problems put an early end to her budding career. However, in 1988 Moore was tapped to be the voice of Sister Mary on Queensrÿche’s release “Operation: Mindcrime” and made her first public appearance with them on the 1990-1991Empire Tour, participating in the filming of Operation: Livecrime.

In the late nineties, she became the singer for the band Radar and relocated to New York to record their 2000 debut album, R.P.M.After Radar disbanded in 2001, Moore moved back to Washington State. In 2006 Moore released a full length album, Stories from a Blue Room. All of the songs written by Moore and former Rorschach Testguitarist Benjamin Anderson. The album was produced by Neil Kernon and recorded at Sonic Ranch studio in El Paso, Texas andRobert Lang Studios in Seattle, Washington. Terri Nunn, Jeff Loomis, and Michael Wilton all make guest appearances on this record.

Moore has recorded new music for her upcoming solo CD, Resurrect Me, to be released on May 14th, 2013 via Rat Pak Records. Compared to her previous solo albums, this album features a more contemporary metal sound. It is a collaboration between Moore and Radakka guitarist Michael Posch. A video for the song “Paranoia”, from the upcoming album, was released on May 8th, 2013.


61314 313548 173444 638932 4549755

– Take a Look [1981]
– You Won’t Find Me There [1982]
– A Retrospective [2004] EP
– Stories From a Blue Room [2006]
– Resurrect Me [2013]




VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0.0/10 (0 votes cast)
VN:F [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0 (from 0 votes)