Internationally known Electro-Dance Pop artist, Kim Cameron has been building a name for herself since 2008 when she released her first album Contradictions. Her tracks have been featured on Billboard’s Dance Club, the Starfleet Dance Chart, and the DJ Times Dance Chart among others. Her album No Regrets generated a n indie record of 5 charting singles and her music videos have garnered over 2 million views and won awards from film festivals from LA to Switzerland as well as the Global Music Awards. She has toured the world, performed for the NFL, and won Best Emerging Female Artist of the Year at the 2017 Indie Music Channel Awards. And she writes children’s books! She recently released her Greatest Hits album featuring 11 of her highest charting singles which demonstrate her passion in “telling stories through music.”
Nashville blues artist Tammie Shannon has come full circle through being a young touring artist, wife, mom, business owner and now back to a full-time recording and performing musician. After teaming up with Grammy-nominated producer Kent Wells, Shannon shares the good, the bad and the ugly of a tumultuous life through her new blues album, All of Me. Growing up in northeast Arkansas just outside of Memphis with a family singing and playing classical, blues, Christian, country and R&B, Tammie started singing in her church and later joined a local band that toured as the opener for R&B/soul legend, Percy Sledge. But several years of setbacks, including a vocal cord injury sidelined her from music until her duaghter inspired her to rebuild her voice and sing again. All of Me is heavily influenced by Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt and Etta James, and in it, Tammie tells her story of survival and empowerment.