Cami Bradley singer and pianist from America’s Got Talent

Biography

Music has been her career since she arrived at adulthood both in the church and playing her own music, releasing a full-length album in 2010 (she’s no longer much of a fan of that one) and playing shows around town, including an opening gig for Allen Stone. And weekly she’s singing for nearly 2,000 people at her church, giving her a built-in fan base.

The music Bradley and her band plan on dishing to their fans, however, isn’t Christian music. Yes, she does write and play religious music in her church, but she shies away from that when it comes to her career as a solo artist, opting rather for an Adele-like take on emotion-laden and story-driven songs. While much of the music matches Bradley’s sunny disposition, she also dips into a moodier, darker place from time to time, bringing to mind early Alicia Keys or Coldplay, a band she cites as a significant influence. It’s hardly church music.

“I don’t like to be tagged as that. I’m a Christian, but my music is not Christian,” says Bradley. “It’s more storytelling and personal.”



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