Episode 139 - Cami Clune

Cami Clune is an alternative pop singer/songwriter and actress. Most notably, she was a contestant on Season 19 of NBC’s The Voice where she placed in the semi-finals. In her blind audition, she received a 4 chair turn with a block, the only contestant her season with those combined accolades. She chose John Legend as her coach, but ultimately landed a spot on Kelly Clarkson’s team, as she used her only steal for Cami in the knockout round. In the live portion of the show, Kelly used her only artist save to advance Cami into the semi-finals. 
Cami has performed as a featured vocalist with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and has sung the national anthem for various organizations, including the NFL and NHL. Most recognizably, she played the lead role in “Blink of an Eye,” a short film addressing the topic of opioid abuse, in which she also danced in and recorded the title track for.
Cami lives with a chronic illness called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, a connective tissue disorder that affects her joints and digestive system. She is actively attempting to raise awareness and promote further research on the disease. At 8 years old, she started her own organization called “Backyard Broadway,” using music performances as a platform to raise money for families with children struggling with pediatric cancer and chronic illness. 
Throughout 2021, Cami has been working with artist, songwriter, and producer Grabbitz. Together, along with Robby Takac from the Goo Goo Dolls, they recorded the WGRZ “Glad 2 Be Here” jingle. She also recorded two studio covers of songs that she performed on The Voice – “Skinny Love” and “I Put A Spell On You.” Her first original single “old at 20,” was released in December.