Free Music Friday: Cameran Nelson

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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - Friday we welcomed country music artist Cameran Nelson to the KBTX Studios for Free Music Friday.

He and his band are playing at the Starlight Music Series Saturday night at the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater, along with Cory Morrow.

About Cameran Nelson (camerannelson.com)
Fuse Texas Country grit with down-home rock n' roll and you get Cameran Nelson, a true Texas Troubadour whose roots run deep across 1,815 miles of the Lone Star State from Haskell, Texas where he was born to living South of Kingsville, East of Rockwall, West of Lubbock and now settled in the hill country town of Blanco.

Nelson's knack for the neon lights and passion for the stage all started at the age of thirteen when he began playing bass in his dad's country band. At fifteen, he spent a few years selling merchandise for the late, great Gary Stewart, where he learned how the "King of Honky Tonk" entertained crowds. The calling for music took him to the West Texas plains to pursue an education in music. With a music scholarship in hand, Nelson attended the South Plains College in Levelland, Texas where he studied vocals and guitar.