Pam Van Dyke Crosby

 

A native Oklahoman, Pam began her career singing jazz in New York City, where she sang in a band that included pianist Duke Jordan and bassist Keeter Betts.   Pam also sang with the New York City based ‘Sammy Kaye Orchestra’ as the featured ‘girl singer’.  She has been a featured performer in numerous Oklahoma jazz festivals. She has performed in benefits such as Divas for H.O.P.E., Follies Review, concerts at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame and ‘Summerstage Festival’ at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. She also toured the southwest United States with extended engagements in Texas, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, and Nebraska. 

Pam is co-founder and president of the Tulsa Jazz Society. She co-hosts ‘Tulsa Jazz Society Presents,’ a jazz radio show produced and co-hosted by Leon Rollerson Productions.