A native of Kansas, Pam Noah attended
Lewis and Clark Community College in Illinois before beginning her
professional singing career at Six Flags in St. Louis. She is the
daughter of two musically talented parents who gave her a wonderful
understanding of all types of music, bluegrass to big band and swing.
Pam sang with the Terry Thompson Big Band in St. Louis, and then moved to Cincinnati as lead vocalist at King's Island. At the same time she joined the 19 piece Queen City Big Band as lead vocalist.
In October, 1991 Pam served as company manager of a troop of entertainers performing for American service personnel in the Mediterranean.
In 1993 Pam and Joe Leonard were married and the family moved to Charlotte, NC where Joe was employed as a designer for Paramount Parks.
Pam returned frequently to Cincinnati to continue as leader of her own 9 and 17 piece swing band and orchestra, performing at receptions, concerts, and dances some of which were sponsored by WOBO FM, a public radio station in southwestern Ohio.
Pam and her family currently reside in Cincinnati, Ohio where she continues to lead her 9 piece swing band, and 17 piece orchestra in the Tri-State.
Andrew, Kathleen, Noah, & Nicole
Last modified: August 09, 2010