This remarkably talented man Mr. Cam Cole is quite an outstanding and energetic entertainer. He’s seen often on the streets of London and in particular, Camden Town. He brings real quality to each and every performance, drawing large adoring crowds each and every time who engage enthusiastically throughout. In this particular brilliant high energy performance, he’s more than ably assisted by an outstanding drummer in James Adams and a guy across the road jumping all over the place. Cam though is quite simply a superb one-man band and a phenomenal Mega – Mega Rocker! He is, very much influenced by Folk, Delta Blues, and Rock N’ Roll. His main influences are White Stripes, Michael Jackson, T-Rex, The Beatles, and The Rolling Stones.

Below is his own original song “MAMA”. It’s catchy and very impressive watching him perform it live with the farmer footdrum.

Cam is arguably the best and most recognised performing street musician in London. His ‘slide glide’ and ‘Moonwalk’ is highly entertaining, along with his many other energetic movements. His moves are reminiscent of Mick Jagger and Michael Jackson. Having said all of this Cam’s style is Cam’s style. He has mastered the use of the Farmer footdrums, utilising them to their full potential, and becoming a trend setter.

He writes his own outstanding material and powers out the vocals and music in his own inimitable style. From Punk to Rock ‘n’ Roll he can even play a love song. He released his first album, ‘Contribute’ in 2014.

As a child Cam acquired a quite old children’s bass guitar at a boot sale for just four English pounds. He modified it and after numerous changes over the years it has become one of a kind. So along with his trusty guitar Cam can entertain anywhere! He’s been a featured on our The Music Man Facebook page with over 235,000 ‘Followers’ on several occasions and always achieved great interaction. A real favourite with The Music Man’s audience In fact, one of his videos taken on Camden High street had over 43,000 shares, over 3,600 comments and went viral over night receiving over 3.6 million views. Quite remarkable but very well deserved. He played at that time with a really outstanding young Drummer by the name of James Adams. There’s also a guy ‘dancing’ in the background who really ‘joins’ in making this a very unique video.

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