TV appearances - in pictures and videos (2)

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1991.  25th CMA Awards. Performing "Put Yourself in My Place"

1992.  26th CMA Awards. Performing "Shake the Sugar Tree"

Pam Tillis - Horizon Award, Single of the Year ("Maybe It Was Memphis")

Sometimes people have to leave their world to successfully enter it once again. Such is the case with singer/songwriter Pam Tillis. After years of flirting with other musical styles and identities, she returned to her country roots on her Arista debut Put Yourself in My Place and found, contrary to Tom Wolfe, you can go home again. Long known around Music Row as a powerhouse vocalist and intuitive songwriter, Pam has contributed her vocal talents to numerous jingles and demo tapes. She's had her songs cut by a diverse range of artists from Chaka Khan to Conway Twitty. During the years she spent trying to distance herself from her country heritage, she accumulated vocal experience performing with a top 40 lounge band, releasing a discoish single and a new wave rock album. After several years trying to emerge from the shadow of her legendary father Mel, Pam has carved her own successful niche in the country pantheon. Put Yourself in My Place was the vehicle that served as Pam's final declaration of independence, firmly establishing her as a star in her own right. The first single "Don't Tell Me What to Do", soared to number one, making Pam one of only four female artists in the history of country music to top the charts with a label debut release. Successive releases - "One of Those Things", "Maybe It Was Memphis" and the tittle cut - maintained the momentum. Her new Arista release, Homeward Looking Angel, containing the hit single "Shake the Sugar Tree", is further proof that Pam Tillis is right at home in country music.

1993.  27th CMA Awards. Performing "Till All the Lonely's Gone"

Women in Country Music. Performing "The Hard Way" (with others)

Women in Country Music. Performing "Cleopatra, Queen of Denial"


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Page 4 (1994, 1995 - ACM Awards & Austin City Limits)
Page 5 (Music City Tonight, Country Christmas, E!, The Thing Called Love, Promised Land)

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