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Camille Bloom / Press

“A little bit Melissa Etheridge, a little Grace Slick and maybe even a little Natalie Merchant. If I were a major label record producer, I would sign her instantly”

Jack Gardner - Edge Boston

“Alluring Acoustic Rock with an Attitude”

Yakima Herald

“Seattle has its own American Idol”

Fox News

“The record does an exquisite job of capturing Bloom's live energy, while also presenting some of her more moving material yet.”

Kim Ruehl - Seattle Sound Magazine

“Edgy, poignant, rough and honest are just a few words one could use to describe Camille Bloom's music. . . a style which is not genre-specific. Her tunes range from heartfelt ballads to balls out rockers with a PJ Harvey - Ani Difranco vibe, though her style is uniquely Bloom.”

Tony Englehart - High Soundz

“she remains allegiant to the listener the whole time she journeys from coo to howl and back down to purr.”

Caroline Keys - Missoula News

“Edgy sound and High Energy Show!”

The Ithaca Journal

“She sings with intensity and power yet her vocals are velvety and sweet, an intriguing combination. Camille's songs have memorable hooks, edgy guitar rhythms and plenty of innovations.”

Laura T. Lynch - Kweevak

“What strikes me most about Camille Bloom is very powerhouse voice. It's very strong, yet has a soft, maybe even vulnerable quality.”

Amy Lotsberg - Collected Sounds

“a testament to Camille’s talent as a musician. Her voice ranges from powerful to sultry. Bloom is definitely hitting her stride as a musician. The lyrics and music stay with you long after the song has ended. This cd is a must have for the collection.”

Georgia Moncrief - GoGirlsMusic.com

“Sultry yet powerful, Camille's music can make even the rain dance.”

Mike Galaxy - Indie Hits.com

“ She's F@#%ing talented. her passionate lyrics ring through powerful vocals and edgy rhythm guitar.”

Brad Allen - Weekly Volcano

“Camille was playing solo, and for forty-five minutes she simply owned the stage. Members of the audience applauded the insights in her songs. She struck deep chords in us all, particularly when she sang about self-acceptance.”

Michael Guthrie - Victory Review

“Blessed with a voice that can convey coyness and sweetness, tartness and toughness in practically the same line…armed with a catalogue of emotionally rich songs, Camille's music is edgy enough to take on the mantle of the female punk goddess.”

Bill Fisher - Victory Reveiw

"Look out Seattle, We've got a rising star here!"

Madalyn Skylar - Gogirls Music
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