The Muddy Water Group Presents:
Kameron Corvet with Jahah
September 21st at #VinylATL
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 6pm on day of show.
So who is Kameron Corvet anyway? Kameron is the son of an Attorney(from the South) and an artistically inclined Nurse(from the North) who eloped after knowing each other for a month. The contrast in the upbringing of his parents and their eloping set an early stage for Kameron to witness a wide range of emotions that a relationship can bring. Kameron came into his musical gifts while living with his grandparents and attending weekly church services where the cast of a Sunday service were family members from the pulpit to the choir/musicians to the church bus driver. After years of asking, his parents finally bought him an acoustic guitar with which Kameron began to craft his first songs. He’s an intentional lyricist who credits his use of words to interacting with people from all walks of life and to his lifelong study of the French language. Kameron is a singer at his core who’s grown up with influences ranging from early classical and gospel influences to that of pop, rock and soul. Says Corvet, “My musical influences came through my different family relationships. One aunt loved Prince, one uncle loved Maxwell and so on.” He’s a former football and track standout who bounced between public and private school picking up Radiohead, John Mayer and Kanye along the way. He’s a guitar player with an RnB sensibility who enjoys the idea of a double life but who’s always been told to choose: Sports or Music, Teaching or Music, Love or Music. “The forming part of every true artist arrives when forced to balance art with love” says Kameron. And that’s where we find Kameron, free to live in the music while he figures all the rest out. Meet Kameron Corvet.