Camille Harp

Song List

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  • Ain’t Misbehavin - Fatts Waller
  • Angel From Montgomery - Bonnie Raitt
  • At Last - Etta James
  • Black Coffee - Lacy J. Dalton
  • Blood & Fire - Indigo Girls
  • Breakdown - Tom Petty
  • Crazy Blue Eyes - Lacy J. Dalton
  • Delta Dawn - Tanya Tucker
  • Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
  • Fishin’ in the Dark - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
  • Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash
  • Gold Dust Woman - Fleetwood Mac
  • Good Day for the Blues - Storyville
  • Heart of the Matter - Don Henley
  • Heaven Only Knows - Emmylou Harris
  • Into the Mystic - Van Morrison
  • It’s Over - Lucinda Williams
  • Jane Says - Jane’s Addiction
  • Leaving on a Jet Plan - Peter, Paul & Mary
  • Life by the Drop - Stevie Ray Vaughn
  • Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies - Nelson/Jennings
  • Me & Bobby McGee - Kris Kristofferson
  • No Bad News - Patty Griffin
  • Nobody’s Girl - Bonnie Raitt
  • Pancho & Lefty - Townes Vanzandt
  • Papa Come Quick - Bonnie Raitt
  • Personal Jesus - Johnny Cash/Depeche Mode
  • Pony - Kasey Chmabers
  • Queen of Hearts - Juice Newton
  • Ring of Fire - Johnny Cash
  • Roads My Middle Name - Bonnie Raitt
  • Someday - Steve Earle
  • Soulshine - Government Mule
  • Stuck in the Middle - Steelers Wheel
  • The Story - Brandi Carlile
  • Tony - Patty Griffin
  • Unknown Legend - Neil Young
  • What’s Up - 4 Non Blondes
  • When Will I Be Loved - Linda Ronstadt
  • Worn Me Down - Rachel Vamagata

Artist Info

Camille Harp was raised in a musical family. She grew up with a momma who played bass and a daddy who played guitar in the couple's three piece band. Falling from that family tree, Camille was destined to play her own music. She joined them on stage at red dirt Oklahoma rodeos at a tender age of 4. As she fell in love with performing, she began to realize her dream. At 13, she was learning guitar, and by 15 she was composing her first original songs. When Harp took the stage, she knew that she wasn't a musician because she so chose ... music chose her.

Harp prides herself on her ability and love for writing. She has a voice in her soul that sings the words of her heart. Harp's style crosses musical borders from folk to rock to country-based pop. Though her genre is hard to define, it's easy to get enveloped by her sincere lyrics and graceful melodies. Harp's music ranges from catchy, danceable tunes to heart-wrenching, melodic love songs. It's music that is easy to relate to and listener friendly on many levels. Give it your ears and it will take your heart.