5 LDS Artists Break Top 10 on Billboard Chart in Same Week
By LDS Living Staff
Camille Nelson’s album Lead Me Home made no. 8 on the “Classical Crossover” chart this week. The acoustic-driven folk music album is Nelson’s first album with Stone Angel Music and released August 18. The album also features guest artists like Steven Sharp Nelson of The Piano Guys and Ryan Shupe of Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband.
5 LDS artists hit top 10 on this week’s Billboard
By Danielle Christensen, deseretnews.com
Folk artist Camille Nelson’s first full-length studio album, “Lead Me Home,” was in the eighth spot on Billboard. According to Broadway World, Nelson’s album, released Aug. 18, is a combination of “folk, classical, bluegrass, and new age music.” Nelson also collaborated with her brother, Steven Sharp Nelson of the Piano Guys, on the album.
“Lead Me Home” by Camille Nelson Let Us Make A Record Review
Camille Nelson’s album, Lead Me Home, is a collection of mostly instrumental hymns—some classics, some written by the artist herself—played with angelic precision. The record is a fine glimpse into the joy and ecstasy of religious communion.
LDS Brother and Sister Nab Spots on Billboard Chart’s Top 10
By LDS Living Staff, ldsliving.com
“Not long ago my sister, Camille Nelson, and I would stay up all hours of the night writing songs that no one would ever hear. And here she is releasing an album that blows me away — beautifully crafted guitar/violin tunes that speak to the soul. So proud of you, sis!”
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“God doesn’t work in crooked paths. He works in straight paths and it comes to an eternal round,” Nelson said. “I have had times where I’ve felt like I’ve been going in a zig-zag and when I’m through that trial and look back, I can tell it actually was a straight line. I hold onto that. Our path home may seem a little zig-zaggy, but I always know that it will be right for me.”
Watch: LDS Musician Plays Stunning Hymn on the Guitar While in Ireland
By LDS Living Staff, ldsliving.com
This album includes emotive, reminiscent, peaceful melodies to bring us nearer to God. Blending elements of folk, classical, bluegrass, and new-age music, Lead Me Home features relaxed, intricate acoustic guitar melodies of both traditional and original hymns accompanied by a string ensemble with guest artists Steven Sharp Nelson of The Piano Guys and Ryan Shupe of Ryan Shupe and the Rubberband.
Mormon Music Featured Artist: Camille Nelson
Her unique pop/rock/folk songwriting style, influenced by artists like U2 and Alanis Morissette, has “evolved to her current style of percussive guitar elements integrated with violin and ethereal vocals.” Her playing style reflects influences from fingerstyle artists Kaki King and Andy Mckee. A few of the artists who have influenced her music are Shawn Colvin, Sarah McLachlan, Sting, Nik Kershaw, and U2.
Camille Nelson to Release “Lead Me Home” from Stone Angel Music
By Keith L. Brown, mormonmusic.org
Camille recently collaborated with Alex Sharpe (Celtic Woman) to record an awe-inspiring rendition of the beautiful Irish poem “Be Thou My Vision.” The music track, which appears on her new album, was recorded at Stone Angel Music Studios in Salt Lake City, Utah, by Trevor Price. Shane Mickelsen composed the string and vocal arrangements, and the video was recorded in Howth, Ireland.
Guitarist Camille Nelson to Release New Album
“There is nothing like home. It’s where love is and where relationships grow,” said Nelson. “I truly feel this album embodies all the peace and happiness that I associate with home and so for me, it was the perfect title choice. Using emotive, reminiscent, and peaceful melodies I feel that I’m able to capture that genuine essence of what it means to be home.”
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Camille Nelson’s Album Lead Me Home Debuts on Billboard’s Classical Crossover
Camille was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah in a musical family. With the recent release of Lead Me Home, she is currently on the Billboard charts with her older brother, Steven Sharp Nelson of The Piano Guys. Incidentally, Camille shares the prestigious Billboard chart with her brother’s group who took the No. 1 spot in the same category.
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Camille Nelson’s Album ‘Lead Me Home’ Debuts on Billboard’s Classical Crossover Chart
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Camille also recently released her latest music video from Lead Me Home, “Nearer My God to Thee.” Filmed at Tibble Fork Reservoir in American Fork Canyon, “Nearer My God to Thee” is a serene music video capturing the peace and naturalness of its surroundings. Shot by Elias Jessop, this music video was inspired by everyday people whose answers from the question, “What Brings You Nearer to God?” were captured and included in the video to help others think about what brings them nearer to God.