Pamela Moore has had a pretty diverse career. Although the singer is widely known for being the riveting voice of "Sister Mary" on Queensryche's legendary concept album, Operation: Mindcrime, she's also released her own recordings, contributed her voice to various radio and television commercials, and has a background in theater.
Pamela was given the opportunity to record her first album with a now defunct Seattle based record label, First American Records. Her first release Take A Look did very well regionally and was one of the stepping-stones that lead her down the path she finds herself now. A second release, You Wont Find Me There was recorded a year later but never had a chance to surface as the company folded just after its release. It was a disappointing time but in retrospect, the experience was great for me. Grooming her to become (as Billboard Magazine penned) an AOR, Blue-eyed soul artist, destined for success. A far cry from what was to be her most memorable endeavor, Queensryche.
The latter came in handy over the past two years, as Moore joined Queensryche for an extensive world tour, reprising and expanding her familiar role as the love interest of "Nikki," Operation: Mindcrime's central character.
Aside from live performances and solo recording projects, Pamela did some work with a band from New York, Radar. She moved to New York, living there for 2 years to work on her craft before returning home to Seattle. Radar released their debut album in 2000.
Other projects Pamela has been involved with are; work with Brian Johnson of AC/DC, singing backup on a few selected concerts with Paul Rodgers of Bad Company, and cameo stage appearances with her cousin, Terri Nunn of Berlin.