Pages of Green
Phoenix based singer/songwriter Cameo Hill has been performing her dynamic blend of acoustic pop in local coffeehouses and bars since 1995. Her musical roots stem from a childhood growing up in Hawaii listening to her dad and grandpa play guitar. After her father taught her a D chord on his old Harmony, she began developing her own style of rhythmic guitar playing inspired by artists such as Jim Croce and John Mellencamp. Cameo has crafted a diverse set of original songs about love, friendship, and social consciousness. Her musical style has been likened to artists such as Ani DiFranco and Joni Mitchell. Most at home on stage, she draws audiences into each song with her raw emotion and leaves them smiling with her down-to-earth personality and light-hearted sense of humor. Her self-produced, self-recorded debut album Pages of Green is a labor of love for this DIY artist. Notable tracks include Electric, a song about unspoken energy between people, the soulful Cinderella, which confronts the myths of womanhood, and Pages of Green, about reliving youthful experiences through forgotten diaries.