Former Epcot pub singer, Pam Brody, has passed away. Pam was a vivacious singer and was the star act for over 20 years at the Rose & Crown restaurant in Epcot at Walt Disney World.
Pam Brody was in the show business for more than 50 years and in 1992 became the star act at the ‘Rose and Crown’ Restaurant. Known by many names like ‘The Hat Lady’, ‘The Button Lady’, the ‘Pearly Queen of the Rose and Crown’, Pam retired in 2014.
Carol Stein shared the following post on Facebook:
“It is with great sorrow that I write of the passing of the one and only vivacious “Pam Brody!” … the Pearly Queen of The Rose and Crown. And ambassador of love and music! 💗🎶💔😔
For over nine decades Pam graced this earth with her passion and smiles and talent. Generations have enjoyed being entertained all over the world by this beloved woman and dear friend.
She touched so many lives with her music.
She will be missed by so many… And now she can join her beloved Danny.
I will inform everyone of a Celebration of Life when I find our more info.”
Pam Brody was loved by many and will be missed! May she rest in peace.
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