Beginning as a duo and later becoming a trio, American indie folk group CAAMP has released three albums during its career. The group independently released its self-titled debut album in 2016 and has since climbed the Spotify charts. CAAMP followed its debut album with Boys in 2018 and By & By in 2019. Known for the singles "Vagabond," "All the Debts I Owe" and "So Cool," the trio's music has allowed the group to headline tours across the United States. CAAMP's current tour is taking the band coast to coast in promotion of its latest album.
Authentic Folk Sound
CAAMP's beginnings can be traced back to Athens, Ohio. Founding members Evan Westfall and Taylor Meier were boyhood friends before the two decided to start a band together. CAAMP came to life when Meier began writing songs in coffee shops in Athens in 2013. Westfall joined Meier a few years later, and the two experimented with sounds in an attic together, eventually coming up with the folk sound the band is now known for. Landing gigs with the help of friends and other musicians, the two began playing shows to get their music out to the world. After independently releasing a debut album, CAAMP quickly gained popularity through Spotify and became one of America's rising folk music stars. The duo then became a trio, picking up Matt Vinson to play and record with Westfall and Meier. CAAMP prides itself on its authentic music, making it a heartfelt addition to the folk music scene.
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Where can I attend a CAAMP concert near me?
CAAMP is currently touring heavily across the United States. CAAMP fans can see this folk trio in concert at venues such as The Observatory in California, the Ogden Theatre in Colorado, the 930 Club in Washington, D.C., Union Transfer in Pennsylvania and many others.
Which songs might I hear at a CAAMP concert?
While attending a CAAMP concert, you'll hear the songs that made the group famous as well as new songs off its latest album. CAAMP's setlist may include "Vagabond," "Hey Joe," "Going to the Country," "Keep the Blues Away," "Penny, Heads Up," "See the World," "Peach Fuzz," "Wolf Song," "Moonsmoke," "Just Wonderin,'" "Feels Like Home," "Common Man," "26," "Ohio," "By & By" and "No Sleep."
Who has CAAMP toured with?
CAAMP has opened for Rainbow Kitten Surprise, an alternative rock indie band, on several tours. Up-and-coming folk, pop and country singer-songwriter Savannah Conley has opened for the trio for several shows. CAAMP has headlined its own tours and played at several festivals, including the Shaky Knees Music Festival, Firefly Music Festival and Forecastle Festival. These events helped the band to get discovered by new fans as it played at the same events as established artists such as Mumford & Sons, The Killers and Nelly.
What is a CAAMP concert like?
A CAAMP concert is an event that fans will not want to miss out on. The trio has routinely sold out several shows during its many tours. Well known in the folk community, CAAMP's concerts promote a communal atmosphere that draws fans from around the country while playing in several major cities and at reputable venues. The concerts are often packed with enthusiastic fans enjoying a genuine, heartfelt performance from the rising folk trio.
Who are the current members of CAAMP?
Beginning as a duo, CAAMP began with Taylor Meier on lead vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar and drums and Evan Westfall on harmony vocals, banjo, electric guitar, drums and percussion. After releasing its debut album, CAAMP became a trio, adding Matt Vinson on harmony vocals, bass and acoustic guitar.