TOMBALL, Texas – Grand Ole Opry star Pam Tillis performed live on Thursday, October 6, 2016 at Main Street Crossing.

Pam is a legendary country music singer, songwriter and actress and the daughter of country music royalty, Mel Tillis.

Pam made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry at age 8. Fans easily recognize her big memorable hits including “Maybe it was Memphis,” “Shake the Sugar Tree,” and “Cleopatra, Queen of Denial.”

Pam has charted more than 30 singles which have appeared on the US Billboard charts. Over the years, she has released 10 studio albums and 3 other releases off her own label, Stellar Cat Records.

Pam teamed up with country star and friend, Lorrie Morgan on "Dos Divas," a country duo album released in 2012 under the name "Grits and Glamour."

Other highlights of Pam’s successful career include 3-time CMA award winner and the prestigious CMA Female Vocalist Of The Year Award in 1994.

Pam is touring on her own and with music pal Lorrie Morgan on their “Grits And Glamour” tour.

Click here for the latest schedule.

About Main Street Crossing:

Main Street Crossing serves as a local concert venue and church located in historic Old Town Tomball. It opened in 2004 as a meeting place where surrounding communities gather.

Bands of all genres are scheduled to play here including Texas country music bands and well-known artists like Randy Rogers, Jason Boland and Roger Creager.

Prior to concerts, guests of Main Street Crossing enjoy dinner with items such as a homemade pesto chicken salad, pizzas, mouth-watering hamburgers, desserts, wine and two dozen beer selections.

Gather your friends and head to Tomball for a night of great music and fun.

Click here for the calendar which includes these upcoming performances:

Paul Thorn – October 17-18

Suzy Bogguss – October 19

Bryan White – October 28

Deana Carter – November 4

Charlie Robison – November 16

Phil Vassar – February 25

Visit their official website to reserve a seat or call 281-290-0431 for ticket information.