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PAM HALL HITS THE FOUNDATION RADIO NETWORK/NEW YORK TOP 30 CHART!

 Pam Hall—

SINGER Pam Hall first hit the charts in the 1970’s as one half of the duo Pam and Woody. They scored hits including Creation and You Should Never Do That (which featured Tinga Stewart).

Her 1986 single Dear Boopsie reached number 54 on the UK pop chart. In the 1990’s, she scored with covers of Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You (number 3 on the New York Reggae chart); and Candi Staton’s Young Hearts Run Free (number four in 1996).

Now almost 13 years since her last entry on the New York Reggae chart, Hall is back at number 21 with the song Make It Up To You. The song was produced by Robert Sterling Music.

Hall’s presence on the New York Reggae chart is quite decorated. She peaked at number two with Let Me Tell You Boy (1989), number five in 1993 with Truly, number two in 2004 with Broken Hearted Melody and number four in 1995 with You’ve Caught Me Baby.

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