Cameron Lewis

Artist Details

  • Artist: Cameron Lewis
  • Since: Sept, 2014
  • Style: Blues & Gospel

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Born in Harvey, IL, Cameron started playing drums at age two. At age seven he began playing the drums at his Father’s church regularly and continues to play as an auxiliary musician. His love for music and talent emanates from a very musically gifted family. Cameron first performed on the award winning gospel album with True Vine M.B. Church at age 16, “Lift the Savior Up.” Recorded by The Voices of True Vine and produced by his brother’s production company, Stooge Productions, of which Cameron is also an active member. He has performed at “How Sweet the Sound Gospel Competition,” which is hosted by Grammy-winning producer, composer and recording artist Donald Lawrence. Currently, Cameron tours with “jam band” Nick and the Ovorols, a Chicago-based threesome that “injects deep soul, spirited guitar-driven rock and even a bit of psychedelia into their heavy bedrock of electrified blues.” But Cameron’s love for music crosses many genres as his multi-talented abilities include blues, funk, rock, R&B, country and jazz. Cameron is a free-spirited, fun-loving, hard-working ambitious young man. His fervent interest in music has been influenced by his brother Stevie, uncle Lance and artist such as Calvin Rodgers, Khari Parker, Oscar Seaton and Dave Weckl to name a few. Cameron graduated from Homewood-Flossmoor in Illinois, where he played basketball and he also attended Prairie State College. When Cameron is not performing or working on a project, he indulges in playing the bass guitar, basketball, listening to music, writing music, shopping or just hanging with family. Cameron believes that his growth as a musician is not limited to any one path, but can be inspired by anyone or anything.