PAM SHEYNE – Writer/Producer

Pam’s career has resulted in a number of globally recognized hit records, major film end titles and songs in TV, 50+ million record sales, 100+ platinum,gold and silver sales certifications, 7 BMI Pop airplay citations and an Ivor Novello award for “International Hit of The Year”.

Whilst best known for the global breakthrough single “Genie In A Bottle” for Christina Aguilera (No.1 in 21 countries and seven million copies sold), she was also responsible for Dream’s debut hit “He Loves U Not” (USA No.2 Hot 100/No.1 Soundscan) as well as Jessica Simpson’s “Irresistible” (No.15 USA Hot 100).

Additional artists who have covered Pam’s songs include: Demi Lovato,, Seal, Corrine Bailey Rae, The Saturdays, Casey Abrams, CeCe Winans, Tina Arena, Point of Grace,The Backstreet Boys, O Town, Nick Lachey, Laura Pausini, Hayley Westenra, Lindsay Lohan, Eternal, Elvis Blue and Kristinia DeBarge.

In the Film and TV World, Pam has written end titles for Disney’s “The Princess Diaries” and “Confessions of A Teenage Drama Queen” whilst most recently contributing the end title to the Golden Globe nominated film “The Young Victoria” sung by Sinead O’Connor. TV shows that have featured Pam’s songs include “Hannah Montana”, “Jump In”, ”Camp Rock”, Camp Rock 2”, “Sonny With A Chance”, Lizzie Maguire”, “Beverly Hills 90210”, “Roswell”, “American Idol”, “Canadian Idol”, “Good Morning America”, “Fame”, “General Hospital” with Pam writing and singing the theme tune to the NBC series “Dance Your Ass Off”. She was also the songwriting mentor in the first series of BBC TV’s Fame Academy.

More recently Pam co-wrote the No.1 single “Lighthouse” for South African Idol winner Elvis Blue, with a further a 5 songs on his sophomore album winning Best Adult Contemporary Album at the 2013 South African Music Awards.

For the last 6 months Pam has been completing her own album project specifically designed for film and TV placements, as well as being in various stages of development with a number of new and upcoming artists.