Dierks Bentley Tampa Tickets
It takes artists years of composing and recording music to be nominated for a Grammy. Country singer Cam achieved that with her first hit track about at bad breakup. Titled “Burning House”, the song was Cam’s way of apologizing to an ex, who she ended things with not so cordially. Featured on her debut album “Untamed”, the single reached the second position on the Billboard charts and had contemporary country-pop feel to it. In 2016 Cam released another single “Mayday” and it ended up on the Billboard Top 50 list. She’s currently on tour with Dierks Bentley and selling out venues in every city. Their next stop is the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre and Cam Tampa tickets for the July 16 concert are rising in demand.
The ‘Untamed’ Star Gets Ready to Deliver Energetic Show in Tampa
There are very few female artists who can actually pull off a one-name moniker. Madonna, Beyonce and Adele, and now another name can be penciled into the list – Cam. Critics have been on the case of female country musicians for a long time, urging them to make music that matters, and California native Cam has delivered. Her debut album “Untamed” is soaring with phenomenal numbers like “Burning House” and “Mayday” that are packed with classic country beats, bold storytelling and harmonies that will sway you.
Like her album, Cam is also fearless, fierce and unassuming. Her journey to Nashville was an unconventional one, as she grew up in California, stayed a while in LA and New York, and finally country music pulled her to its capital. Critics have defined Cam’s music as Miranda Lambert’s emotions meeting the brightness of Taylor Swift. Interesting. And so is Cam.
The album highlights various sides of Cam’s personality. The song “Country Ain’t Never Been Pretty” shows her sense of humor, “Mayday” invokes images of grace in the face of heartbreak and “My Mistake”, a self-explanatory number, talks about remorse after a one-night stand.
Cam is also a superb live performer and has been warming up the stage for Dierks Bentley on his ongoing tour. She’s been showing her range in live concerts, and fans with Cam Tampa tickets can enjoy the live rendition of ballad “Burning House” and dramatic anthems such as “Runaway Train”.