This week may have been pop sensation Camryn’s first visit to Arkansas, but it most certainly won’t be her last! On Tuesday, Camryn got up bright and early to premiere her new single “Set The Night On Fire” on “The Ugly Ed Johnson Show” at kHITS 96.5 in Little Rock. From there, she headed straight to ABC studios, where she performed two of her songs live on Good Morning Arkansas. After that, it was time for Camryn to visit Mann Magnet Middle School and perform for nearly 1,000 students! She capped off her night by opening up for Nickelodeon superstar Drake Bell at Juanitas in downtown Little Rock. Earlier today, she performed for the 900 students attending Bentonville’s Washington Junior High School. Camryn will close out her week in Arkansas tomorrow with lunchtime concerts at Woodland Junior High School in Fayetteville, followed by a performance on Fox News Edge.
“Arkansas has definitely been one of my favorite places to tour,” says Camryn. “The people are so nice, the students rock, and I can’t wait to come back really soon!” From Arkansas, it’s on to the next leg of her tour in Tulsa. Fans can keep in touch with Camryn at Facebook.com/camrynmusic and twitter.com/camrynrocks. Camryn will also be featured in the upcoming indie film “Long Time Gone,” alongside Virginia Madsen and Sam Trammell (True Blood).