"When a door is slammed in your face, don't ever loose your pace!"
Country tones met with soft piano sounds on singer-songwriter Camille Grey’s debut album “Gold’n’Blue” – released in September 2013. The listener was invited into a colorful universe of stories about everything from a neurotic “orchid addict” to the naive groupie trying to hitch a ride to Nashville. An awkward date wearing too hot polyester pants and the love ballad to the beautiful artist in gold and blue. The burning rooms burned and the songs made you feel alive as Camille Grey’s fervent voice embraced the stories.
On September 1st 2016 Camille Grey released her second album: “Worry Ends Where Faith Begins”. The album was recorded in an old missionary house in the Swedish countryside in collaboration with producer Carl Granberg and musicians Bebe Risenfors and Rune Højmark. An album full of catchy melodies and captivating stories about “art, love, life & music!”.
A great deal of the new songs are composed in NYC, Nashville and Paris, where Camille lived in 2015, and on the album she pays tribute to strong musical icons such as Patsy Cline, Judy Collins, June Carter Cash & Johnny Cash. Camille Grey’s song universe is diverse and on “Worry Ends Where Faith Begins” you’ll also find love ballads, songs about courage, therapy sessions, home organs and an alternative travel guide to Paris. Listen!
A Song From The Heart
Angel Of Courage
Worry Ends Where Faith Begins
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"Gold'n'Blue". Grey Recordings 2013. Distributed by Gateway Music.
Camille Grey. PR Photo 2016.
1: What artist would you most love to work with?
Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash, Emmylou Harris, Rufus Wainwright or Ryan Adams.
2: What is the sexiest instrument?
3: What was the worst advice?
Hmm...At the moment I can't recall which advice was the worst. So maybe my worst advice is yet to come... ;)
4: What was your first concert?
I believe it was a spring concert back in Elementary School.
5: What/where is the best road food?
I have not yet toured - so I'm eager to find out!
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
"You got it! Just keep singing!" - That's what a nice gentlemen told me after a "Carter & Cash" cover gig at Mojo Blues Bar in Copenhagen 4 years ago...
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?
5 years ago I had never imagined that I one day would meet and fall in love with a beautiful muse. What a blessing!