COMING June 3 10 AM TO 1 PM
Who he is
My name is Cameron Sutphin I am a singer/guitar player.
I perform original material and classic folk cover songs such as, The Times They Are A-Changin' (Bob Dylan,) and Midnight Special (Traditional) as a solo acoustic act.
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Like Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger before him, Cameron Sutphin has been traveling around the United States performing classic country and folk music wherever he stops, as a solo acoustic artist.
With his newly released album, Reason To Believe, Cameron takes his songwriting to a whole new level,as each one of the ten songs on the album all have a tangible personal touch.
Transcending the genre of folk Americana, Cameron's music echoes inspiration from singer/songwriters like Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Neil Young – combining simple melodies and a lyrical intensity, while establishing a unique sound of his own.
In 2011 Cameron released his debut C.D. "My Guitar And Me". Since its release, the C.D. has been in rotation on the Jukebox at J.R.'s Café in East Windsor Connecticut, as well as several local radio stations in Connecticut and Massachusetts. The track Bound And Gagged has also received over 2,000 plays on the internet radio website Jango, and My Guitar And Me can be purchased at 7 total stores in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island.
He recorded the song Mamma Tried for Erik Pilmanis' video of the Naugatuck Railroad that currently has over 700 views on YouTube. He ranked in the top 10 for artists in his region on Reverbnation's charts. He played at Pastori's, a now successful restaurant featured on the T.V. show Restaurant Impossible, as well as performing for Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy, and selling out the Palmer Massachusetts Senior Center October fundraiser for two years in a row, playing to 100+.
Cameron has also opened for national touring artist Drew Kelly, Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards, the acoustic duo R.U.L.E., Seldom Heard, The Long River Band, The Gaia Star Goddess Band, Bunker, The Fontanelles, In Glove With Bach, Lord Bird, Iji, Little Spoon, Paper Castle, Band Stand Barbershop Quartet, and the 8 Mile River Band. He has shared the stage with Papa Joe DeMaio, Trainwreck Jerry and Bruce John, local Connecticut performers, Jason Bleau, a country music singer and the Saturday morning news anchor/reporter at 1350am, and Kala Farnham, a full-time musician who has opened for national touring acts such as Don McLean, Christine Ohlman, and Brian Jarvis. He has also opened for The Bohemian Blues Quartet, Pete Sutherland, Tim Stickle, Samara Lark, Trio Gusto, Hamlin's Long River Band, and Seldom Heard.
Cameron has performed in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee.