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Tiny Little Blackouts / Bio

Tiny Little Blackouts is the solo project of Cameron Ember- song writer, performer, and maker of videos in San Francisco. As Cameron Ember, she has released 2 full-length albums, 2 EPs, and numerous singles. She also has full-length releases as Tiny Little Blackouts, Ocean8, The Embers, and Sea Creature, for which she was the only writer, other than Sea Creature (collaborator-Erik Walker). Currently she is writing, recording, making videos and working with licensing agents who place music in film and TV. She performs live solo in the SF Bay Area.

Tiny Little Blackouts is the solo project of Cameron Ember, started in 2009 in San Francisco, CA. TLB released one album, "idea of Alice," and one EP, "Daly City," as well as various singles. TLB features her long-time drummer, Anthony Koutsos (Red House Painters, Wade). Other musicians have changed over time, but have included Greg Merriman, Jordan Hallmark, Loren Fishbein and Michael Papenburg. Her most recent projects were produced with the help of Scott Llamas, at his studio in San Rafael, Popsmear Studios. Starting in 2013, Cameron Ember returned to mainly composing, and playing and recording solo, as "Cameron Ember". She also makes videos, which can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/user/cameronember.

Tiny Little Blackouts can be heard on Pandora (idea of Alice CD), and purchased or downloaded all over the place, including cdbaby- http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/TinyLittleBlackouts and iTunes.

Prior to 2009, Cameron Ember started bands called the Embers, and also a collaboration with Erik Ian Walker called Sea Creature.

General Info

Band Members
Cameron Ember, Jordan Hallmark, Greg Merriman, Anthony Koutsos
Artist Name
Tiny Little Blackouts
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/tinylittleblackouts
Genres
Alternative / Indie Folk / Shoegaze

Contact Info

Location
San Rafael, CA

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