Draft:Cameron Duddy

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Biography[edit]

Cameron Duddy (born December 6th, 1985), is a Music video director, and musician/songwriter. He is currently in the country music trio Midland.

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Music Video Director[edit]

Duddy is currently credited as the director of over 20 music videos, including Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk", Bruno Mars' "24K Magic (song)", and Fifth Harmony's "Worth It". He has worked with artists like Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, OneRepublic, and Iggy Azalea, as well as directing the video for Midland's debut single "Drinkin' Problem", which earned him a CMT nomination for "Best Group Video".

Musician/Songwriter[edit]

Duddy is one of the founding members of the country music trio Midland. Formed in 2016 in Dripping Springs, Texas, it consists of Mark Wystrach (lead vocals), Cameron Duddy (bass guitar, background vocals), and Jess Carson (electric guitar, background vocals). Through Big Machine Records, the band has released a self-titled EP and a studio album, On the Rocks, which has accounted for three charted singles on the Billboard country music charts: "Drinkin' Problem", "Make a Little", and "Burn Out". Midland's musical styles and images are defined by neotraditional country and country rock influences.




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