Singer Songwriter, Cameron Sutphin, has received airplay on New England radio stations, as well as, East Tennessee's, WDVX's Blue Plate Special. He has performed in venues across 26 states and has appeared alongside such artists as, nationally touring Drew Kelly, Mark Mandeville and Raianne Richards, as well as 'The Voice's' Emily Ann Roberts
Along with self penned originals, Cameron performs classic country and folk favorites. His rendition of 'Mamma Tried', recorded for Erik Pilmanis' video of the Naugatuck Railroad, currently has over 1,500 views on YouTube.
Sara is a musician, singer, and song writer. Her voice and musical style has been compared to Kim Walker-Smith, Hayley Williams, and even Janis Joplin. Yet, her heart is strongly committed to Christ and Christian music, especially praise and worship.
Sara is from a family with a rich musical heritage. Her dad is a pastor and musician, and her mom is a minister of music. She began her own musical journey at the age of 16, after her grandfather gave her a guitar for Christmas. Once she received that first guitar, she immediately fell in love with singing and playing guitar.
Growing up in the mountains of North Carolina, she always felt a call to spread the gospel, and thought for many years she might pursue missions work. Sara Beth has spent lots of time ministering in the inner cities of America and on reservations reaching Native Americans in New Mexico, Arizona, and South Dakota. Whether she is interacting with the homeless or playing with children, she loves to share the love of Christ.
But, it is Sara Beth's passion for praise and worship that makes her a sought after artist for conferences, retreats, and worship services. She has such a unique ability to lead her listeners into the presence of God.
Sara Beth also loves to minister in concerts. Her musical influences are evident in her own singing. A unique blending of passionate lyrics and bluesy vocals make her unique. Sara Beth has the ability to move from rocking the house to delivering smooth acoustic tones with ease. Her first solo project, "Will You Dance?" reflects the wide range of Sara Beth's music styles.