Cam Henderson's - Angel Without Wings CD OUT NOW !
1. Angel Without Wings 7. Wounded Heart
2. These Two Strangers 8. Time To Say Goodbye
3. Three Beautiful People 9. Look Up
4. Some Say They Will(duet with Taylor Henderson) 10. Lonely People
5. If Your Love 11. Bridey's Song
6. Do The Time
Barcode. 9319775215726 Release Date. 01/10/2010
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In The Studio
It was definitely nice recording in Cairns and escaping the cold weather in Geelong. Recording an album can be quite exhausting. As we only had a short amount of time, we had to put in long hours, but I think the album has turned out great.
In the studio we use what they call ‘cans’ which are the big ear phones. That took some time getting used to but I think I’ve nearly got it. It’s just such a buzz working with professional musicians who are singing and playing my songs, most of which I wrote years ago.
Cameron Henderson is set to sign a lucrative deal after achieving stardom in the Channel 7 TV series Australia's Got Talent.
Cameron said his success only dawned on him yesterday afternoon when he thought about singing the national anthem in front of 100,000 people at the MCG.
Henderson, a builder, expected to walk away with nothing. "There is a small bit of disappointment but I can honestly say we were just so amazed that we got to the stage we did," he said. Henderson was quick to praise the efforts of his 17-year-old son. "He has just handled himself so well. He was 16 when he started this competition and every time I see him on TV and say that's my boy." Taylor was also overcome with emotion. "I'm very happy for my dad, I'm over the moon."
Cameron said the chance to sing on the hallowed turf of the MCG on that day in September would be nerve-racking. "I get terrified just singing here ... so that's going to be way too scary. I hope I can do an acoustic version, that's all I can say. I'm very uncomfortable without my guitar," he said.
Henderson was last night uncertain of what might come on the back of his success in the prime-time talent show. "It's a matter of waiting to see what comes my way. If there's an opportunity to continue with music I'll be grabbing it with both hands."
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I wrote my first song when I was about 18, and have continued to write since. I never thought that my songs or my music would ever lead to anything more than singing at home or at the occasional friends wedding; so when my wife saw the ad for the Australia’s Got Talent auditions and suggested that our son, Taylor and I should try out, it was a bit of a surprise.
When my family and I went up to Melbourne to audition, Taylor and I were waiting in the line and I ended up chickening out a bit and sitting down with my wife and two daughters. My main concern was that I didn’t want to ruin my son’s opportunity, being the old man I am. My family managed to get me up there last minute and off we went to audition. I never thought we’d get past the first round but it paid off I guess. Who would have thought that I’d end up beating my own son! 2nd and 3rd wasn’t too bad at all.