CAM - The Otherside Tour
MAXXMUSIC, Neighborhood Theatre at Neighborhood Theatre
There is a 6 ticket limit per customer. Service fees are non-refundable.
Tickets: $22.50 adv/$25 dos (plus sales tax and service fee) *Tickets available online only*
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CAM - The Otherside Tour
Country / Singer-Songwriter
Prolific and adored, Cam took the world of country music by storm with her critically acclaimed full-length debut, Untamed.
The record not only bowed in the Top 15 of the Billboard Top 200 and registered at #2 on the Top Country Albums Chart, but it also yielded her triple-platinum GRAMMY®, CMA and ACM-nominated smash single, “Burning House,” a song that defied industry norms and remains the best-selling country song by a female solo artist since its release in 2015.
Cam’s commitment to her craft has landed her songwriting on Miley Cyrus’ Bangerz album, Sam Smith’s The Thrill of It All album (the song “Palace” also became the soundtrack for an exquisite Apple commercial), and she teamed up with Diplo for the Thomas Wesley country debut, “So Long.”
She has consistently sold-out shows across the globe, cementing her status as an international powerhouse on stage. From the coveted sunset slot at Stagecoach in 2019, to top venues across Europe and Australia, and performed a "game-changing" (Rolling Stone) debut-headline gig at The Ryman Auditorium- she has also supported acts like Sam Smith, George Strait, Harry Styles, Eric Church, Tim & Faith, and the Indigo Girls. In 2021 she was one of the few country acts to play Lollapolooza, Outside Lands, and ACL fest.
Her critically acclaimed sophomore release The Otherside featured the international Jolene-in-reverse hit “Diane”, the undeniable jam “Till There's Nothing Left,” plus songwriting from Avicci, Sam Smith, and Harry Styles.
Cam has been successful at taking risks, holding true to her values and creating a culture she wants to participate in. She extends that love and respect to others in her touring business and through her efforts on the Grammy D&I task force and as founder of the ACM DEI task force.
Opener: AMYTHYST KIAH
Amythyst Kiah’s Rounder Records debut, Wary + Strange, marks the glorious combination of two vastly different worlds: the iconoclastic alt-rock that first sparked her musical passion and the roots/old-time music scene where she’s found breakout success in recent years, including recognition from Rolling Stone as “one of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets.” With an unforgettable voice that’s both unfettered and exquisitely controlled, the Tennessee-bred singer/songwriter expands on the uncompromising artistry she most recently revealed as part of Our Native Daughters—an all-women-of-color supergroup whose Kiah-penned standout “Black Myself” earned a Grammy Award nomination for Best American Roots Song and won Song of the Year at the 2019 Folk Alliance International Awards. When met with the transcendent quality of her newly elevated sound, what emerges is an extraordinary vessel for Kiah’s songwriting: a raw yet nuanced examination of grief, alienation, and the hard-won triumph of total self-acceptance.
Produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird) and recorded at the legendary Sound City Studios in Los Angeles, Wary + Strange arrives as a deeply immersive body of work, endlessly redefining the limits of roots music in its inventive rhythms and textures. Despite its mesmerizing effect, the album’s sonic grandeur never eclipses the impact of Kiah’s storytelling, an element influenced by losing her mother to suicide when she was 17 and also by a longtime struggle to find her own sense of belonging. “A lot of these songs come from a moment in my 20s when I was grappling with trauma while also trying to navigate the experience of being a Black and LGBT woman in a white suburban area in a Bible Belt town,” says Kiah, who grew up in Chattanooga and later moved to Johnson City. “I’ve had moments of feeling othered in certain aspects of my life, and it took me a long time to figure out who I wanted to be and how to move through this world.”