Pamela's music has an eclectic blend of southern style. Her lyrics speak of her love for people and her heart of worship.


She decided to honor the musical and ministry heritage of her family and titled her new CD, “Generational Blessing”. She features the voices of four generations on the CD. 

Her talented mother, Connie Perry, is accompanied by Pamela and her cousin Mary Fay Jackson on the old classic “What a Day that will Be”. Pamela was raised singing hymns in the little church she was raised in.  

Her daughter, Morgan Henderson, sings backup on the album and she is featured on one of her mom's original songs -“Just how Great You Are”.  Morgan's bluesy voice and the slide guitar solo and makes this song a favorite of many.

Daughter, Melissa Morris, is featured on a country favorite, “Like My Mother Does”. Melissa may not have gotten her voice through the natural bloodline, but she definitely has vocal similarities of her adopted family!

Another eight songs have come straight from her heart.  "I Love you Back" is her husbands personal favorite. "I Enter In" is the first single to be released to radio by Canyon Creek Records.  It is already climbing up the CashBox Billboard Country Christian Chart.

The album closes with a family sing-along of  “I Saw the Light” that features granddaughters Madison and Emma Foster accompanied by their multi-talented father, Josiah Foster (husband of daughter Joda Foster). The Generational Blessing continues!