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THIS ONE’S FOR THE BROKEN HEARTED FEW A CD RELEASE CONCERT AND BENEFIT FOR SAFE HAVEN’S CAMPAIGN TO PROVIDE AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE $10 General Admission $5 Students WEBSITE: www.cameronblakemusic.com ABOUT THE CONCERT: Safe Haven (http://safehavenministries.org/) is embarking on a new initiative in 2015 to help provide victims of domestic abuse with safe, affordable housing options which are currently hard to come by. I will be performing an evening of song to celebrate the release of my new album Alone On The World Stage and fundraise to help end this housing crisis. The title of the event “This One’s For the Broken Hearted Few” comes from the opening line of my song Detroit that describes the human consequences of a city undergoing a devastating collapse in its’ economy, education and security. I often write about current events because my deepest desire as an artist is to use my music to bring about social change, particularly in issues relating to class and poverty. Many of the songs on my new album, Alone On The World Stage, elicit a personal, empathetic response to the oppressed, which is why I was inspired to partner with Safe Haven for this CD release event. I am honored to be joined by Dr. David Crump (Professor of Religion and Theology at Calvin College) to guide the audience through the evening’s set list with selected anecdotes, poems and thoughts drawn from the themes of the song lyrics. This will be a beautiful and fitting way to present Alone On The World Stage.
Roosevelt Diggs Album Release show. "Songs From The Shed" So honored to have our good friends joining us for our celebration of the new album.
Nicholas James presents the 6th Annual Tribute to Bob Dylan at Founders Brewing Co. featuring sets of Bob Dylan songs by: Nicholas James and the Bandwagon Roosevelt Diggs Cameron Blake and more TBA
Sounds Like: Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Ray Lamontagne
Bio: Writing about current events without coming off cliché, preachy or cynical is a tricky business. During the struggle for civil rights and the protests against Vietnam, the adaptability of the folk genre to political statement came about naturally as masses of young people organized protests and s...See Full Bio
““Hide and Go Seek” is enlightening, relaxing, and just downright enjoyable. It is gently fraught with meaning to keep you entertained and keep you thinking. A talented songwriter and musician with a deliciously soothing voice, Cameron Blake really delivers with this one.”