Cam debuts on Fallon show
Tuesday, January 5, 2016
– Cam will make her debut on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday, Jan. 11.
The California native, who has a hit on her hands with "Burning House," will sing the song on the show. She released her debut album last month. Cam was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance for the song.
Prior to the Fallon appearance, Cam will be in Nashville this Friday, Jan. 8, making her fourth appearance on the Grand Ole Opry.
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Let's hear it for the artists who try harder - there are more than enough country songs out there rhyming Bud Light with looking so right or jeans so tight. California Girl Camaron Ochs was raised on Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Randy Newman, to name a few. Ideally, she wants a song that takes you somewhere, like the 2015 uber-smash "Burning House." It lulls you in about a self-destructive love, but the surprise is that she stays and burns too.
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Cam (Camaron Ochs) is another one of those artists only tangentially country. In the leadoff title track, you can hear banjo and twang in her voice (especially when she rhymes "wire" and "fire"), although the latter doesn't automatically stamp you with country bona fides. And this disc won't dispel the idea that Cam is more of an artist who has found her commercial marketplace in country, even if her songs more often tend to skirt country. After all, she did place ...
Following the legacy of other notable songwriters that have gone before her, Cam is stepping out from behind the shadows of the curtain where she's penned songs for artists like Miley Cyrus and Maggie Rose and is taking on the spotlight herself with her debut EP, "Welcome to Cam Country." And it's that fusion of pop sentiment, Southern California charm and real country sensibility that makes up the whole of the budding artist's sound.
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