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The 6 1 5 Featuring Kim Cameron

Kim Cameron is a high-energy, two-time Top 20 Billboard chart-topping singer/songwriter with a

deep house sound. She began her career on KAKE TV as a small-town reporter in Kansas and Nebraska, after DJ'ing on KRNU and KHAT-FM radio. With a journalism degree (B.A.) in hand, she moved to the Washington, DC area and wrote for the Smithsonian Institution and the National

Examiner until moving to Miami Beach.

Kim is a proven lyricist, with a catalog of over 500 songs. She has released ten albums, hit Billboard charts four times, as well as music charts across the USA and Europe (CMJ, AAA, DJ

Times, FMQB). She has been awarded Best Female Emerging Artist of the Year, Album of the Year,

Best Live Performance, Silver Medal, Global Music Awards, Semi-Finalists Song of the Year, Best

Dance Song, and Winner of American Songwriting award - just to name a few. 

Her music is signed across the globe to several agencies including Muzika In Store(Croatia), PC

Music (Canada), 35 Grad (Germany), KD Digital (S. Korea), Leyi Digital (China), and distributed

worldwide under the UK’s Label Worx. In addition, Kim’s songs have been placed in a variety of TV and films (Hulu, Amazon, VOD, Bravo, CMTV, Fox, MTV, Discovery, Disney, MUN2). Kim has also directed and produced over 25 music videos, receiving 20+ awards from international film festivals around the world.

Kim Cameron's Top Six

What makes Nashville special to you?  There is an energy when you enter the city that is pretty unique. Not that other cities do not have energy, but Nashville has this confluence of music and art, along with southern charm that just works in every way.

How would you say your hometown differs from Nashville? I grew up outside the Los Angeles basin. There could not be more opposite worlds. There is no sense of a ‘hometown’ feel. You don’t really know a lot of your neighbors, and while I have never lived in Nashville, I have always had the impression that you really hang with your neighbors. That is so important for a community.

Say you had a completely free day in Nashville—no work allowed. What would you be doing?

I performed at a festival years ago in Germantown. I fell in love that all the older homes and corners. I would go back and just explore.

Is there a place you have not ate you have been dying to go? Well, there are many, but two always come to mind; Husk and Biscuit Love. I mean, the names themselves are worth going, right?!

Of course we love your style, any favorite Nashville shops? Posh! Although, I think I need to continue my search (only because I love fashion and love to shop!).

If someone is coming to Nashville for the first time, where do you take them?  Musicians Corner, Nashville Rooftop – like the Four Seasons, the Parthenon, and the Farmer’s Market (I am a sucker for Farmer’s Markets in general) – always feels like home.

One Thing About Nashville

How has Nashville influenced your music? I recorded my song 3 Seconds in Nashville. It was my first introduction to the city. And boy, did I learn quickly where all the uber talented people were. It’s almost effortless – the way each musician feeds off each other and continues to grow in front of your eyes. It was a wow factor for me.

Five Favorites

What’s your favorite place to go for ice cream in Nashville? The Baked Bear, although, I try to avoid it because I feel like I will eat the whole ice cream sandwich by myself.

What’s your favorite place for breakfast in Nashville?  Copper Branch Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurant.

Do you have a favorite music venue?  Soho House Nashville!

Favorite place to go on date night?  Well, truth be told, I have never had a date in Nashville, but if I did, I would love to go to the Marsh House at the 1 Hotel and then up to the L.A. Jackson for a glass of bubbly.

Best Broadway bar?  The Stage…I know everyone knows this place, but it never gets old to me.

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