Camaron Marvel Ochs
Cam was born in Huntington Beach, California but raised in Lafayette, California. During her childhood, Cam spent lots of time with her grandparents on their ranch, there she developed an appreciateion for country music. Her love for music comntinued as she grew older, joining several choir groups though her highschool and college years.
After deciding to embark on a full-fledged music career, she released her debut studio album Heartforward in 2010. After the release of Heartforward, Cam moved to Los Angeles where she recorded demos with her friend and fellow songwriter/producer, Tyler Johnson. Soon after, she moved to Nashville where she launched a Kickstarter campaign to produce 10 songs with Johnson. In 2013, she released her single “Down This Road” which managed to secure radio play thanks to Sony Music Entertainment director, Doug Morris. WIth radio play came the interest from multiple record labels, Cam ended up signing with Sony’s country label, Artista Nashville. In early 2015, Cam released her label debut single “My Mistake.” The song preceded her debut EP Welcome to Cam Country where it peaked at number 31 on the Billboard Top Country Albums. Cam’s next single was her breakout moment, “Burning House.” After performing the song on The Bobby Bones Show, ""Burning House" became the fastest-rising country single in 2015. Not only was the song the highest-selling female country song of 2015, it also sold over 500,000 copies in the U.S. alone. Untamed marked Cam's major label debut and was released on December 11, 2015. It opened at number two on the Top Country Albums chart and was named one of the “40 Best Country Albums of 2015” by Rolling Stone. Cam release "Diane" in 2017 to universal acclaim as she preps her sophomore major label studio album.