|Camaron Marvel Ochs Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||November 19, 1984|
Camaron Marvel Ochs is an American singer and songwriter who had started her career by composing tracks for several leading musical artists/bands. As a solo artist, she has released the studio albums Heartforward (2010), Untamed (2015), and The Otherside (2020); and an EP titled Welcome to Cam Country (2015). Her 2nd album, Untamed, had peaked at number 2 on the US Country music charts and had been certified ‘Gold’ by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America). Her single titled Burning House (2015) had been nominated in the category of ‘Best Country Solo Performance’ at the 58th annual Grammy Awards and had been awarded a ‘Double Platinum’ certification by the RIAA.
Camaron Marvel Ochs
Huntington Beach, Orange County, California, United States
Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, United States
Camaron, after her high school graduation, had joined the University of California, Davis, where she had studied psychology.
- Others – George Darrell Ochs (Paternal Grandfather), Blanche Annette Thomas (Paternal Grandmother), Richard Lowe Sinclair (Maternal Grandfather), Marvel Mary Hansen (Maternal Grandmother)
Country, Country Pop
- Rubber Room
- Arista Nashville
- Triple Tigers
- RCA Records
- Sony Music Entertainment
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Camaron has dated –
- Adam Weaver (2015-Present) – Camaron got engaged to Nashville-based business broker Adam Weaver in September 2015. The couple got married in a small ceremony in a California desert, in October 2016. They have a daughter together named Lucy Marvel Weaver (b. December 19, 2019).
Race / Ethnicity
She is of German, English, Norwegian, Danish, Scottish, and 1/16th French-Canadian descent.
- Slender frame
- Neck-length, frizzy, curly hair
- Charming smile
- Radiant face
Camaron Marvel Ochs Facts
- Born in Huntington Beach, California, Camaron was primarily raised in Lafayette, California. She also used to spend a lot of time in Oceanside, California, where her grandparents used to run a ranch. It was her grandparents who had helped her develop an appreciation for country music, after which she began to listening to it and performing it regularly.
- During her high school and college days, she used to sing in various choral groups including the Contra Costa Children’s Chorus, where she learned how to sing in 14 different languages.
- While she was studying at the University of California, Davis, she had formed an all-female collegiate a cappella group named The Spokes. She then learned how to play the guitar while she was studying, for a brief while, in the Netherlands.
- She developed further confidence in playing the instrument during a trip to Nepal where she had chosen to live, for several weeks, with a rural mountain community that had limited electricity and basic needs.
- Following college, she began to pursue other interests and had even worked in a research lab at Stanford University. It was a college professor there who urged her to re-focus on pursuing a career in music as that was her primary interest, stressing the fact that she would regret not doing so, in the future.
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