About Camille Bloom
Rock + Folk + Funk + Pop = a damn good show!
Gibson endorsed International Act, Camille Bloom has played the most premier venues in 7 different countries in Europe and North America. Combining percussive guitar and a voice that can "purr and wail" (Victory Review), "Camille's music can make even the rain dance." (Mike Galaxy Indie Music)
Known for her incredibly dynamic voice and edgy acoustic rock, Camille has shared the stage with acts such as SmashMouth, Brandi Carlile, Sarah Bettens, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Matt Costa. She has played nearly every top U.S. venue, ranging from New York City's Bitter End, Boston's Club Passim, Seattle's Triple Door, Tractor, and Crocodile, Los Angeles' The Mint and over 150 other rooms spanning the nation.
Though modest about her achievements, in the last five years, she has been featured in Performing Songwriter Magazine, created the soundtrack for an HBO sponsored documentary "Not Straight Forward", was picked to be on a compilation CD with Michelle Malone and Amy Ray (Indigo Girls), completed over 25 national / international tours and has been added to several major and college radio stations throughout the nation: including Seattle's 103.7 The Mountain and KEXP. Camille also recently had music licensed to 8 different television shows on E!, Oxygen, and MTV networks.
Touring full time for the past five years, Camille just completed her 3rd full length album, which was recorded live in front of a sold out audience at Columbia City Theater. She worked with Paul Kimble (producer of such acts as Radiohead and David Gray) to release her sophomore album "Say Goodbye to Pretty" which says as much about her social. Bottom line, Camille Bloom is a powerhouse of a performer: said to be "like Ani Difranco dipped in Maple Syrup". (Spokane Inlander).
Camille can play with the powerful punch of a 6 piece band - or play acoustic shows.