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Cam marries

Monday, September 26, 2016 – Cam got hitched on Saturday in the deserts of California, according to People.

Cam, who had a hit with "Burnin' House," married Nashville real estate agent Adam Weaver in Joshua Tree, Cal. on Saturday evening.

Cam walked down the aisle to a mariachi band playing "Bésame Mucho" with140 guests in attendance.

People reported that the the couple's first dance was to Miranda Lambert's "Oklahoma Sky."

The couple will honeymoon in Tokyo and Bali, Indonesia.


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CD review - Welcome to Cam Country EP Following the legacy of other notable songwriters that have gone before her, Cam is stepping out from behind the shadows of the curtain where she's penned songs for artists like Miley Cyrus and Maggie Rose and is taking on the spotlight herself with her debut EP, "Welcome to Cam Country." And it's that fusion of pop sentiment, Southern California charm and real country sensibility that makes up the whole of the budding artist's sound. "My Mistake" leads things ...


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