Cami Clune

Cami Clune

Cami Clune, hailing from Buffalo, NY, is an accomplished alternative pop singer/songwriter, actress, and philanthropist. She garnered widespread recognition as a semi-finalist on Season 19 of NBC’s The Voice, impressing the judges with her undeniable talent. Her blind audition saw a remarkable 4 chair turn with a block, marking her as the sole contestant of her season to achieve such combined accolades. While initially choosing John Legend as her coach, Cami eventually found herself on Kelly Clarkson’s team after an impressive steal during the knockout round. Kelly’s unwavering support was evident when she utilized her artist save to propel Cami into the coveted semi-finals. The invaluable experience of working with renowned artists like John Legend, Usher, and Miguel, along with the extraordinary team behind The Voice, has fueled Cami’s artistic growth.

Not limited to her accomplishments on The Voice, Cami’s talent has graced the prestigious stage of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra as a featured vocalist. Her renderings of the national anthem have resonated with audiences in various high-profile events, including those organized by the NFL and NHL. Cami’s versatility extends beyond her vocal abilities, as she has also dabbled in the world of acting, starring in the noteworthy short film “Blink of an Eye,” which tackles the pressing issue of opioid abuse. Her involvement didn’t stop there, as Cami lent her graceful moves and recorded the captivating title track for the film as well.

Amid her remarkable journey, Cami bravely faces the challenges of living with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a chronic illness affecting her joints and digestive system. Her unwavering commitment to raising awareness and promoting research on the disease is commendable. Cami’s philanthropic endeavors extend to various charitable projects, including working with organizations such as Variety Club, Make a Wish, O’Shei Children’s Hospital, and the SPCA. Remarkably, she established her own organization at the tender age of 8, named “Backyard Broadway,” utilizing music performances as a means to fundraise for families battling pediatric cancer and chronic illness.

Beyond her stint on The Voice, Cami’s artistic pursuits have led her to collaborate with esteemed alternative-electronic artist, songwriter, and producer Grabbitz. Together, alongside the renowned Robby Takac from the Goo Goo Dolls, they recorded the captivating WGRZ jingle, “Glad 2 Be Here.” Additionally, Cami’s powerful performances on The Voice inspired two studio covers of iconic songs – “Skinny Love” and “I Put A Spell On You.” Now, she’s thrilled to announce the release of her highly anticipated original singles, “old at 20” and “PARASITE.”

Stay tuned and be captivated by the remarkable talent and unwavering spirit of Cami Clune.