Cameron Wright

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Bio

“Cameron Wright is a singing phenom with a four octave vocal range. He has shared his gift throughout the U.S. and Canada and epitomized the word “prodigy”. He has been featured on the Maury show as one of the most talented performers in the nation and has performed for over 600,000 people to date in his career. At age 12, Cameron recorded a tribute to Rosa Parks under the direction of songwriter Larry Long. The song eventually sold over 300,000 copies! Cameron has been the guest artist at events with Smokey Robinson, Spike Lee and even performed a duet with six-time Grammy award winning music legend, Al Jarreau. By the age of thirteen, he became one of the most recognized teenage singers in the country. One of his most noted accomplishments is a personal invitation from Stevie Wonder to perform at his annual House of Toys event in Los Angeles, CA. There, he shared the stage with legends such as Chaka Khan, Natalie Cole, and Michael McDonald. Cameron recently performed behind the 1975 at the 2016 Coachella Music Festival! His gift is remarkable and his drive is unparalleled.”

- Cameron’s Linkedin