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Camryn Interview

Camryn first started gaining popularity on the internet with her catchy rock pop songs, but now she’s on the rise and ready to take over the world with a movie soundtrack, a national tour  and the hit single “Wait and See” grabbing everyone’s attention! Find out more in this Q&A!

Kidzworld: When did you first realize you wanted to be involved in music?

  • Camryn: When I entered my first talent show in kindergarden

Kidzworld: Do you write your own songs?

  • Camryn: I co-write my own songs with my producers and artists, Lennon and Frank Schooflar

Kidzworld: How would you describe your upcoming album Wait and See?

  • Camryn: I would describe my upcoming album as a song for almost every mood.

Kidzworld: You first gathered fans online on places like Myspace, were you surprised at first at the responses you got?

  • Camryn: Yes, the internet is a dangerous place. But in my case a good place.

Kidzworld: You’re touring with Cody Simpson and Greyson Chance, are you a fan of their music?

  • Camryn: Yes, they are extremely talented and i feel blessed to be on the road with them

Kidzworld: Have you ever been on tour before? Are you excited?

  • Camryn: Never, this is my first tour. So excited i might pee my pants.....hahaha just kidding. But I am very very excited, it's going to be sad day when this tour is over. 

Kidzworld: Do you ever get stage fright performing?

  • Camryn: Every night I step out on stage

Kidzworld: Your music will be the soundtrack for actress Heather Graham’s new movie Judy Moody and the Not Bummer—how did that happen?

  • Camryn: Cliff notes----the director got ahold of my music and it was all downhill from there.

Kidzworld: What’s something most of your fans don’t know about you?

  • Camryn: I like to randomly go on clean the bus in the middle of the night.

If you haven't had a chance to listen to Camryn's rockin' feel-good single "Wait and See" (also the name of her album) then listen here!

                                                               

 

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ester143

ester143 wrote:

you look asome :|
commented: Fri May 13, 2011

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you lookcute for your age O:)
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