Cambree Lovesy is a sixteen year old singer/songwriter from Abbotsford, BC who is often described as “the little girl with the big voice”. But don’t let her size fool you - Lovesy not only has the talent, the drive and determination but her work ethic and strong musical sense clearly sets her apart.
At the early age of six she was singing songs in front of her entire class and by second grade she was performing solos in Christmas concerts.
A few years later, Lovesy started piano lessons where she continues to study Royal Conservatory and music theory once a week.
By ten years of age, Lovesy was working with vocal coach Darcy D Music Group in Abbotsford, BC. which resulted in Lovesy auditioning for the provincial Valley Voices Vocal Competition where she won 3rd place in her age category, leading her down a road to regular public performance opportunities at events such as The McDonalds McHappy Day, Canada Day at Rotary Stadium, the Agrifair, Berry Festival, and in front of thousands of people at the opening and closing ceremonies for the Walk for Autism at Nat Bailey Stadium in Vancouver, BC, hosted by Global TV’s, Randene Neill.
By grade six, Lovesy entered a second competition at her middle school winning 1st place and becoming the youngest student to win the competition. That same year, she joined her schools Film Club as the anchor/interviewer of the morning news program, started playing the acoustic guitar and co-wrote her first song Butterfly with Sue Irving, Darcy D and hit songwriter Ron Irving. She took the song to Studio Downe Under recording studio in Abbotsford, BC with Soren Lonnqvist and Darcy D marking her first sound recording experience.
In 2011, she signed an Artist Development deal with DMG Artist Development and started putting a focus on her live performance, interviews, voice, image, songwriting, and promotions.
To date, Lovesy has developed a unique style and sound that crosses over to the Pop, Alternative Rock or Country genres and transcends most creators in her age group.
By her commitment to her fans and her career music, she has already garnered a strong following and is grateful for her recent opportunities of opening for artists such as AJ Woodworth, The Matinee and Kristal Barrett on major festival stages as well as performing the national anthem regularly for the Abbotsford Heat, Abbotsford Pilots and the Fraser Valley Bruins, as well as for the Abbotsford Skating Club’s Icing the Red Carpet and the BC Lions and Calgary Stampeders game at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, BC for over 30,000 people.
Lovesy continues to write, record and perform and is currently preparing for the release of her newly penned song Shatter to her fans in the Spring 2013.