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Cami Bradley was born on 26 May, 1988 in Spokane, Washington, United States, is a Pop music vocalist from Spokane, Washington. At 32 years old, Cami Bradley height not available right now. We will update Cami Bradley's height soon as possible.

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Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 26 May 1988
Birthday 26 May
Birthplace Spokane, Washington, United States
Nationality United States

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Also in 2020, The Sweeplings uploaded two music videos to their YouTube channel. "In Between" debuted on January 24; "Bleed Me White" was released with the EP on March 13. Dean and Eric Bradley were responsible for the concepts; Dean's wife Bethany shot the videos. "In Between" was co written by John Paul White.


In 2019, Bradley formed a second collaboration in addition to her music with the Sweeplings. Carmen Jane, after her given name, makes songs that Bradley calls "dark pop", a more experimental sound reminiscent of Billie Eilish. Bradley's collaborator in Germany is producer Nico Rebscher, and their work is "the first time I've felt fully me in music."


The duo had planned to release a full-length album via Nettwerk in 2018; after two weeks' work, Bradley said they had to stop. "Some tragedy, some loss, some internal struggle" led to difficulties in finding their vision, and they decided to take some time off. Seven months later, they chose to scale back to piano, guitar and vocals. Their EP Losing Ground Vol. 1 was released in March 2020, including seven songs. Bradley did not announce a date for Losing Ground Vol. 2, but said, "the material is ready".


In February 2016, Billboard premiered the video for "Under Your Spell", a song about the struggle with life choices. Albums to follow included Covers, Ch. 1; the EP Winter's Call; a Christmas album, Merrier Days; a deluxe version of Rise & Fall; and the EP Sleepwalking.

Eric and Cami Bradley live in Spokane, Washington, and work at her father's church there. They bought a small second home in Huntsville, Alabama, to facilitate Cami's career with the Sweeplings; their home search was featured on a 2016 episode of Tiny House Hunting. Cami Bradley also is a professional photographer.


The Sweeplings have released numerous works including the full-length album Rise & Fall (2015); songs including "Carry Me Home" have since been used in television series and promotional videos. Bradley and Dean joined Nettwerk in 2017 for their third EP, Sleepwalking, and a deluxe version of Rise & Fall. A full-length album scheduled for 2018 was scrapped; after a seven-month break, Bradley and Dean released the EP Losing Ground Vol. 1 in March 2020.

In August 2015, the Sweeplings released their debut album, Rise & Fall, on their own label. NPR had premiered the song "Carry Me Home" the month before, and iTunes later placed the song on its list of the 25 best singer-songwriter tracks of 2015.

A readers' poll conducted annually by Inlander named Bradley the Best Singer/Songwriter of 2015 and 2016. She placed second in the same poll in both 2017 and 2018.

AllMusic wrote that songs composed by Bradley and Dean reveal "a penchant for haunting, tender harmonies and a roots-inspired sound that bears similarities to The Civil Wars." PopDust rated Rise & Fall No. 15 on its list of best albums of 2015, on which "Dean and Bradley float across vast landscapes of dusty tones and shadowy figures." The Birmingham News called it "an uncommonly focused, polished and big-stage-ready debut from an independent band". Elmore Magazine noted Bradley's "concise" chemistry with Dean.


Singer-songwriter Whitney Dean was working on his music while at home in Huntsville, Alabama, when his wife suggested that they watch Bradley perform on America's Got Talent. Afterward, Bethany Dean said her husband and Bradley should write music together. Bradley declined on first contact, but Bethany persisted; Whitney Dean and Bradley began collaborating via Skype a few months later. In April 2014, the Deans were invited by the Bradleys to visit their home in Spokane, Washington, and the meeting was both pleasant and productive. Within their first weekend, Cami Bradley and Whitney Dean had co-written eight songs.

A self-titled, four-song EP was released in September 2014, but the new duo did little promotion at first, because Bradley did not want her fans to be confused if the pairing did not work out; Bradley also wanted to make clear that she and Dean were not a romantic couple. Instead, she released videos of cover songs as a solo artist so people would not forget about her.


Bradley self-released her second full-length album Seas in May 2013, featuring her husband Eric on drums. A Kickstarter campaign in April to fund the album's release concert raised nearly $4,000. Seas comprises seven songs including "This Ocean", a duet with her younger brother Ryan Miller, one-half of the indie duo the Rustics. For this album, Bradley said she wrote emotional stories based on the experiences of people close to her, to create "a picture of what I see other people feeling."

Early in 2013, Bradley got a telephone call from a scout with America's Got Talent suggesting that she send them a video of her performing. The producers then sent her to audition in Chicago, where she began to have second thoughts. She sang an a cappella version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", prompting the judges to put her through to the Las Vegas round; there, she performed "Summertime" and advanced to the live shows.


Cami Bradley's first recording effort was the full-length album Anomalous, released in April 2009 and featuring 12 songs. Bradley later said she was happy with the album, but it did not really represent her because she was still trying to find her artistic voice. In June 2009, she released the four-song EP Unhinged, including a medley of the traditional hymns "Amazing Grace" and "'Tis So Sweet".


Prior to her appearance on America' s Got Talent, Bradley won a local singing competition in Spokane in 2006. She self-released two solo projects in 2009 and a third in 2013. Following her national exposure, Bradley and Alabama singer-songwriter Whitney Dean formed a collaboration called the Sweeplings. She formed a second collaboration in 2019, Carmen Jane, to pursue a more experimental sound.

Cami Miller began learning the piano by age seven, and started writing songs at ten, though she later called those efforts terrible. Her early style was influenced by a wide range of music, including artists Christina Aguilera and Natalie Cole, and soundtracks to Disney films. Miller began performing her songs during her teen years; the week before she turned 18, she won a car by finishing first in the Spring 2006 season of the local Gimme the MIKE competition. When it was suggested that she should try out for national, televised singing competitions like The Voice, she declined because she did not find the idea to be appealing.


Carmen Jane "Cami" Bradley (born May 26, 1988) is an American singer-songwriter and keyboardist from Spokane, Washington. Bradley gained fame in 2013 as a contestant on season eight of America's Got Talent, during which she advanced to the finals by performing her arrangements of popular songs including "Believe". Bradley finished the season in sixth place.