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PRESENTED BY ELLE FRANCO
South African audiences first came to know then 17-year-old Cameron Bruce with his stirring version of the John Mayer classic "The Hurt" in his audition for Idols 2009. This mind-blowing performance ensured a certain path of success within the competition where he worked his way up the ranks into the top 6. Not many teenagers get the opportunity to showcase their talent and Idols provided Cameron with platform to begin making headway in his career at an early age.
Now 21 and nearly 3 years after the reality show, Cameron with his smooth vocal style, skillful guitar work and his own striking lyrics, is set to become one of the country's leading artists. Spending valuable time over the last couple of years working on his vocal, guitar and song writing crafts, and deriving his inspiration from the likes of John Mayer and James Morrison, Cameron has defined his own unique style of pop with tinges of blues. His polished approach to the delivery of his music will be reflected on his debut album, which will be released in March 2012.
Cameron's debut single "I Didn't Mean To Come Around" hit radio stations in late 2011 and gave listeners and fans a hint of what great things are to come. The single achieved remarkable success having been play listed on many major radio stations and achieving an esteemed Number One status on Jacaranda 94.2's South African chart.
Cameron, with his good looks, mischievous sense of humour and engaging personality, has become popular amongst his fan-base and peers within the entertainment industry. "If people come to watch my show or if I meet them at a function, I take it as an opportunity to get to know them better and for them to get to know me beyond the music. Building relationships between myself, fans and music industry colleagues is very important to me".http://www.cameronbruce.co.za/
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