Camille Harrison is an American Singer-Songwriter, born in Nashville, TN and spent many years in Memphis, TN. Her voice can be heard on many recordings including The Prince of Egypt Sound Track "Somewhere Down the Road," Jo Dee Messina "I'm Alright," Bela Fleck and the Flecktones "Sunset Road," Chris LeDoux "One Road Man," The Best of Faith Hill," "The Blues Man" Hank Williams, Jr.'s music business insider's collection... She has written and co-written songs such as Top 40 Billboard song "Standing Still" recorded by The Clark Family Experience... Some of her solo artist recordings are: "Memphis in May" produced by legendary pianist Floyd Cramer, "The Jelly Bean Jar" one of many songs Camille penned with legendary songwriter Don Pfrimmer, "When it Comes to Love," "The Big Parade," "When God Did Children Make," "Rebound..." Along with recording, Camille performs in a number of venues in Europe, Canada, and the US such as Kanakuk-Kanokomo Christian Sports Camp in Missouri, The Sunset Symphony in Memphis, TN, 6 Flags Over Texas, Beale Street & The Peobody Hotel in Memphis, TN, Merchants Restaurant, Nashville, TN...as a solo artist, background vocals, and toured as support for Dottie West, Hank Williams, Jr., Ronnie Milsap, Kim Carnes, Dolly Parton... as well as she has sung roles such as lead role of Mabel in Pirates of Penzance. Her voice can also be heard on hundreds of other recording sessions, jingles, voiceovers, radio I.D.s: Good Will, Taco Myo, Home Center Network. Camille also enjoys teaching music and singing on staff with various churches as a worship leader and section leader.