Cameron DuBois is an authentic country, soul, and southern rock singer-songwriter from Montgomery, Alabama. She’s spent most of her time developing her own unique brand of sound in two prestigious American South musical destinations; Nashville and Muscle Shoals, Alabama. She’s spent numerous hours along those muddy banks of the Tennessee River, collaborating with two of the industry’s notable songwriters and producers in Michael Curtis (Randy Travis, Fleetwood Mac, Blake Shelton) and Cindy Walker. Cameron’s unique country-rock-soul hybrid sound has kept her busy performing throughout Alabama and the south, landing her opening gigs with Dylan Scott, Neil McCoy, Thompson Square, Easton Corbin, John Michael Montgomery, and Andy Griggs. Cameron’s single releases include “The Home Place,” “Lipstick & Chrome,” “Never Love Me Back,” and “Peace,” which demonstrates her versatility. In 2020, she released her most ambitious song project yet, the up-tempo rocker “Bridges,” which exclusively premiered nationwide on The Country Network, along with being aired on The Heartland Network. Cameron has been featured by PASTE, Medium.com, Guitar Girl Magazine, Country Rebel, The Montgomery Advertiser, AL.com, WAFF-TV, WSFA-TV, & WAKA-TV. In 2021 Cameron charted her first Top 20 song at country radio with her soulful “Modern Day Wonder Woman,” along with launching her very own charity golf event called Cameron DuBois’ Par-Tee Down Classic, where she raised $15,000 for the Montgomery Area Down Syndrome Outreach Group. For Cameron’s most up-to-date tour schedule and other information, visit CameronDuBois.com.