This thing called The Blues is in his bones.

The grandson of Mississippi Hill Country Blues Legend Junior Kimbrough, the Blues is Cameron's destiny.

Cameron spent his childhood nights in Juke Joints watching his grandfather, his host of talented uncles, and his father Kenny Kimbrough sing and play the Blues.

He watched the music take people away from the hardships of their daily lives, “It was like people were cleansing themselves. It looked like church, except communion was everyday.”

He cut his teeth with Lightnin' Malcolm.

Cameron got the opportunity to join up with Bluesman Lightnin Malcolm to create a dynamic two-piece drums and guitar Blues band with whom he recorded the critically acclaimed live album, Renegade in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

Cameron has travelled the U.S. on nationwide tours from California to North Carolina. And his soulful voice combined with his natural talent has led him to grace many festival stages including:

Blues Rules (Crissier, Switzerland)

Juke Joint Festival (Clarksdale, Mississippi)

Gretna Heritage Festival (New Orleans, Louisiana)

Freedom Creek Blues Festival (Aliceville, Alabama)


Cameron Kimbrough Hill Country Festival