Thursday March 12
Kameron Marlowe is an old soul who started singing at the age of 4. He began memorizing lyrics very young and his huge soulful voice developed quickly. He started singing the National Anthem for local baseball games and other sporting events. He would always amaze the crowd with such a big voice coming from such a small child. It didn't take long before everyone knew music was going to be his passion. As he grew in the local church he began singing at more than just Christmas programs and eventually joined his parents leading worship in the church. He currently serves as a worship leader for Elevation Church.
With a rich singing history he eventually became drawn to the blues and old country. This included covers from Chris Stapleton to Johnny Cash. While only 15 he started singing gigs around town and began developing himself as an artist. His first song, "Till Morning Comes" became an instant hit and widely requested.