At 22 years of age, Cambree Lovesy is boldly establishing her name in country music.  The five foot firecracker from Abbotsford, B.C. brings an infectious energy with her onto every stage, and into every room she enters.  Cambree’s powerhouse vocals paired with her authentic storytelling set her and her music apart as the perfect blend of old-school and modern country.  Cambree has over a decade of performing under her belt, and has had opportunities to showcase at the CN Grey Cup in Edmonton, The Local Nashville, Cook County Saloon, Rogers Arena, The Roxy, BC Place, Gabby's Country Cabaret, and many more venues across North America, including opening for acts such as Dallas Smith, Chilliwack, and Tenille Arts.  After spending time recording at Sound Stage Studios in Nashville with producer Sean Gasaway (3 Doors Down, Cowboy Troy, Mickie James), Cambree released “Runaway Queen”, a single that followed her debut album and established her as an artist to watch in the Canadian country music scene.  She wholeheartedly believes that music is her way to change the world, and Cambree uses her own journey with mental health to empower others. She continues to use her passion for storytelling and love for people to make a difference. After spending the past year growing her loyal online following through weekly livestreams and engagement, Cambree’s new single, “Stompin’ Grounds” earned a spot in the top 5 downloads to Canadian country radio in its first week, eventually reaching #44 on the CBC charts.  Her followup single, "Real Cowboys Don't" is now available everywhere!

Listen to Cambree's new single, "STOMPIN' GROUNDS" available everywhere now!

Watch the "stompin' grounds" music video here!



Cambree in the news

COVID-19: B.C. singer pens song for front line workers | Vancouver Sun

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