For country artist Cam, her Platinum-certified No. 1 smash, “Burning House,” was just the beginning. Meet the California artist, writer, and producer who’s setting Nashville on fire.
She was a little girl who fell in love with music. From her idyllic childhood in Lafayette, California, to sitting beside her grandfather at the piano, Cam is a shining reflection of the love and support of family, friends, and teachers. They had no idea how far that love — and lots of hard work — would take her.
The power of music to connect thousands of people in a single moment is what moves her. Meet Cam’s family and friends, as they come together to celebrate the music that connects and inspires them.
“I’ve not done any of this alone. Anyone who’s been part of this journey has really been a part of this journey.” — Cam
Already Top 40 on country airplay charts, her new single, “Mayday,” is attracting media praise, with All Access cheering, “Cam just might be the voice of a generation. ‘Mayday’ is the song that every millennial needs to hear,” while Music Row declares the song “a hit if I’ve ever heard one.” “Mayday” is the follow-up to her Platinum-certified No. 1 smash, “Burning House.”
At the 51st Annual ACM Awards, Cam, the most-nominated female at the award show, made her prime-time network debut performing “Burning House,” which Billboard ranked the No. 1 performance moment of the evening. With six nominations, the Arista Nashville/RCA Records singer-songwriter received nods for New Female Vocalist of the Year, as well as Video of the Year and Single Record of the Year (a double nomination as artist and executive producer), and Song of the Year (as artist and writer), all for “Burning House.”
Recently featured on the cover of touring publication Pollstar, Cam is touring as a special guest on Dierks Bentley’s Somewhere on a Beach Tour. Earlier this year, she was the opener during Brad Paisley’s Crushin’ It World Tour.