A mainstay Americana Folk troubadour, Camela Widad is a little bit saintly and a little bit rock and roll. When you are compared to Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow and Patsy Cline, there is no doubt that the music world needs to pay attention to her compelling artistry. Growing up in the Midwest state of Wisconsin in the world of country and blues tinged with a hint of rock, the rich underbelly of American culture courses through her veins.
TODAY'S GURL FUNDRAISER!
““Raging Water.” This is a classic song waiting to be hatched. “Nothing like miles of interstate to make me feel so alone…” how many of us have ever felt that? Her inflection and lyrical phrasing, the pacing — impeccable here. Chillingly good. I just knew this tune would be special and it came.”
"Take Me By The Hand" off of the album Before You're Gone is featured in the short Film "Orphan Doll" written and directed by Healy Lange and premiering at The Indie Short Film Series on Sept. 24th at The Vinegar Hill Theatre in Virginia.
CLICK HERE to watch the trailer.
All This Beauty-EP