Writin' songs I've lived, that's important to me, so that's what you're gonna hear. ” - TC

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Todd Cameron

Todd’s approach to music is indistinguishable from his approach to life. Drawing from influences such as Jason Aldean, and Matchbox 20 with a sprinkle of Tom Petty.The result is a country-rock fusion of authenticity that is uplifting yet vulnerable.

Born and raised in West Virginia, Todd is no stranger to the joys of small-town living. Music informed a large part of his upbringing as he performed in church groups and ensembles from age 10. After playing in various college bands, he moved to Nashville to pursue music full-time. Since then he has played over 1500 shows as a frontman and forerunner of music that not only leaves the audience cheering for more but impacts them on a fundamental level. His songs are a heartfelt, poignant expression of relatable life experiences that will have you dancing and tearing up in equal measure. You just know his songs have come from a lived experience. Songs such as “Tennessee Ya Later” express the trials of the music industry with dynamic lyricism, while others such as “Waiting on You” declare to all those mistreated in love that there are still good guys out there. Whether it is heartbreak, leaving home, growing up in a small town or the frustrations of trying to make it in The Big City, Todd’s music is an uplifting exploration of life’s key moments.

Performing as an independent artist, key moments throughout his career have included opening for acts such as FGL, Chase Rice, Jake Owen and Riley Green as well as having his songs featured in films such as Shelter in Solitude. Upstar Music describes him as “criminally underrated in country music…raw, real and uncut is what you get with Todd Cameron.”

First and foremost, Todd cares for his fans. He invites them into hope by telling his own stories with melodic joy. Everything he writes leaves his listeners comforted that they are not alone in whatever they might be going through. It’s not just what he writes, it’s what he lives.

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