2015 release. 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. Nelson's knack for the neon lights and passion for the stage all started at the age of 13 when he began playing bass in his dad's country band. At 15, 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. After graduating, Nelson released his first full-length album in 2013 entitled Happy to Beer and was nominated for three Texas Music Awards: Male Vocalist, Rising Star, and Record of the Year. His current project, Good Thing Going, has earned him two more #1 hits with "Shotgun" and "You Can Still Wear White." The esteemed singer/songwriter's charting success comes from his ability to pull inspiration from a deep well of life experiences. From his overwhelming love for his wife and three children to the tragic loss of his best friend and guitar player in a car accident at the age of 17, Nelson is able to tap into the emotional depths of his fans with songs that strike universal chords. While songwriting is a craft and passion, getting on stage is what Nelson does best. Nelson has captivated fans across the nation with his high-energy show, performing with Country music mainstays Lee Brice, Dustin Lynch, Randy Rogers Band, Jack Ingram, Kevin Fowler, Aaron Watson and many more.