When Pamela Means [singer-songwriter and jazz musician] picks up her guitar and begins to sing, a listener doesn’t forget her. “She possesses musical attitude and purpose” (Steven Winters, WSHU). Means, with her “mad guitar-and-vocal skills” (Time Out New York) has toured throughout the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia, winning awards, delighting audiences and intriguing critics with “the unflinching honesty of her lyrical poetry…matched by the striking skill of her guitar playing” (Muruch.com). This fall, Means will release her eighth album, the highly anticipated “Plainfield.” It’s a solo acoustic, live-in-studio collection culled from 100-plus songs written during a self-exiled tour sabbatical in Plainfield, Massachusetts.
On the release of her debut album, Deeper Waters, The Boston Globe dubbe
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