Life is VIDA! Music artist ToNY CaMM launches ad campaign for his art-infused clothing line. 

Funk recording artist and bandleader ToNY CaMM has launched an advertising campaign to promote his new apparel line based on his own artwork.

The luxury collection, available at VIDA, boasts colorful and expressive designs on sweatshirts, tees, scarves, leggings, wraps and masks, as well as handbags, clutches, home decor, jewelry and tech accessories.

CaMM has teamed up with creative Angelina Dawn, and power couple Phillip and Seisha Cunningham to bring the campaign to life in a series of ads and an impending music video.

View the ads below...and SHOP the collection HERE.

Seisha Cunningham wearing the "Her" design athleisure top.

Seisha Cunningham rocking the "One Rhythm One Nation" leggings.

 

Phillip Cunningham wearing the "Love Of Funk And Peace" unisex tee.

 


Seisha Cunningham has her hands full with the "Her" and "The Heart Of Soul"  statement bags.

 

ToNY CaMM is rocking the "Faces Of The Funk" unisex tee.

 

Tony Camm and super-creative Angelina Dawn at the ToNY CaMM VIDA Collection photo shoot. Her glasses from the "Hey Shortie" eyewear collection. His glasses by Ikonacy

 

ToNY CaMM & The Young White Delics release cover of Funkadelic's "Friday Night, August 14th" 

Funk recording artist and bandleader ToNY CaMM has teamed up with a group of young rockers to record and release a cover of the Funkadelic classic "Friday Night, August 14th".

The single is a part of Camm's "mission" to pay homage to the music of Funkadelics Billy "Bass" Nelson, Tawl Ross, Eddie Hazel, Tiki Fulwood and George Clinton.

Recorded at the legendary Fainting Goat Studio in Bedford, VA., the song features Willy Gurley on guitar/vocals, Brad Freeman on bass/vocals, Eric Sutton on drums, Tyler Warren on guitar, Caleb Michael Settje on keys, with Camm and the powerhouse Eve-Lynn Deegan holding down lead vocals.


Listen to and download the full song HERE.

ToNY CaMM to rock the stage at Funkateers Ball 5. 

ToNY CaMM, bandleader and vocalist of ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars, is all set to rock the stage at the 2021 Funkateers Ball 5 to be held at the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club in Bethesda, MD.

CaMM will guest perform with Maryland's own supergroup The Clones of Funk, as they heat up the stage for P-Funk legends Michael "Kidd Funkadelic" Hampton, "Skeet" Curtis, "Cherokee" Bunn, Greg Boyer and Tawl Ross, in a show that celebrates the 50 year anniversary of Funkadelic's "Maggot Brain" album.

The event on April 17, 2021, that will also feature a performance by P_Funk DNA Shirley Clinton, will mark a return to the BBJ stage for CaMM, whose Funk Allstars (with an assist on drums by legendary Bootsy's Rubber Band drummer Frankie "Kash" Waddy) opened for Clip Payne and 420 Funk Mob at last year's Funkateers Ball 4.

Click HERE for tickets and more info.

ToNY CaMM launches art-inspired luxury apparel line! 

ToNY CaMM, in collaboration with Vida, has launched his own collection of original art-inspired apparel and accessories that will support education and empowerment programs around the globe.

The collection features wearable art and home goods designed from CaMM's own drawings, paintings and creative ideas.

Every purchase from the collection helps to offer education and empowerment programs all around the world.

Shop the ToNY CaMM Collection now.

 

 

ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars funk up the stage at 5 Points Music Sanctuary! 

Friday night, March 6, ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars brought their "psychedelic funk circus" to the 5 Points Music Sanctuary in Roanoke, VA.

Serving as the opening act for the electrifying Freekbass and the Bump Assembly, Camm and his band of funk marauders got the stage nice and hot and the 5 Points crowd on their feet, performing an hour-long set that included P-Funk hits, their genre-created #FunktheDead, and the band's staple "One Rhythm, One Nation" show ender.

Kicking the set off with rousing renditions of Funkadelic's "Friday Night August The 14th" and "Red Hot Mama"that were given extra life by the always-energetic dancing of front-woman and vocalist Jacqui Camm, the band brought things current with the new Parliament hit "I'm Gone Make U Sick 'O Me", followed by the group's "funk the dead" version of The Grateful Dead's "Franklin's Tower", before asking the already-funked-up crowd to "free your mind" as guitarists Jimmy Young and Ashley Sutton, backed by Chris Schmitt on keys, Patrick Street on bass, and Lonnie Daye, Jr. on drums launched into a dual solo spiritual rendition of Funkadelic's "Maggot Brain", accompanied by an electric light hoola hoop dancer positioned front of stage.

Always wanting to leave the crowd on their feet, the band then launched into a medley of Parliament's "Flashlight" and "Give Up The Funk" and ended the show with their message-inspired jam of unity "(Da Butt) One Rhythm, One Nation".

The night was truly one nation under a groove.

Follow the band's One Rhythm One Nation Tour HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

Tony Camm Radio is #1 on Radio434! 

January numbers show that the Tony Camm Radio Channel is the #1 station on the Radio434 platform.

The Radio434 platform boasts twelve channels with different genres, including HOT Hip-Hop and R&B, HITS 90s to Now, Everything 80s, Modern Alternative, ROCKS, Happy Hour, CLUB by DJ Ed, the recently launched DJ Showtime channel, as well as talk/lifestyle stations News Radio, The MIKE Show, LiveStream Lynchburg and Tony Camm Radio.

The fast-growing internet radio platform is available on any web browser at Radio434.com and also on the "Radio434" app.

The popularity of the Tony Camm Radio channel is bolstered by station anchor-show "Dishing It Out", and the 2019 addition of new shows "Let's Talk", "The B. Rich Show" and "Camm, Keisha & Company", all "lifestyle" shows that feature segments built around entertainment and empowerment.

Click HERE to listen to "The B. Rich Show" starring Brian Richie, Anthony "Train" Johnson and Jessica "Tooty" Elliotte.

Click HERE to listen to "Let's Talk" starring Layia Perry, Morgan Pannell, Rae Clive, Shawna Martin and Cal Buck.

Click HERE to listen to "Camm, Keisha & Company" starring Tony Camm, Keisha Bowling, Deidre Douglas, Jataen Rucker and Anthony Johnson.

Click HERE to listen to "Dishing It Out" starring Jacqui Camm, Keisha Bowling, Diva Yassin, Denita Lewis and Kentonna Smith.

The Tony Camm Radio Channel is available 24/7 at Radio434.com and on the "Radio434" app.

 

 

 

The NEW Camm, Keisha & Company Show! 

Radio personalities Tony Camm and Keisha Bowling have joined their respective shows to create and produce the new lifestyle show "Camm, Keisha & Company" for radio and podcast.

Combining the interview style of "Keisha & Company" with the entertaining "Tony Camm Radio Show", and adding fitness guru Deidre "Diesel" Douglas, bakery entrepreneur Jataen Rucker and the comedic wit of Anthony "Train" Johnson as cast regulars, the new show delivers a very entertaining and empowering sixty minutes of lifestyle for your radio and podcast. 

"Camm, Keisha & Company" features humorous banter about today's topics, interviews with persons of note, baking recipes, fitness training and healthy eating, along with business tips from entrepreneur Anthony Andrews, life coaching from Johnathan "Teflon John' Smith and motivational messages from Coach Rob Williams. 

The show can be heard daily on Tony Camm Radio on the Radio434 platform as well as on podcast on demand.

ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars set to funk up 5th Street June 22! 

ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars will bring their "psychedelic funk circus" to Lynchburg's historic 5th street on Saturday June 22 at the popular food and music venue 5th & Federal Station.

Funk, R&B and soul band Chris Schmitt & Company will open at 7:30pm and the Funk Allstars will take to the stage around 9.

Admission is free and promises to be one of the area's largest and certainly funkiest block parties to date.

ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars to headline Rockn To Lockn this Saturday. 

By the time the "psychedelic funk circus" that is ToNY CaMM & The FUNK Allstars hits the stage at Lynchburg's Academy Warehouse Theatre this Saturday night, the packed-house crowd will have already rocked out to Roanoke-based bands Morgan Wade & The Stepbrothers and Chupacabras, and Lynchburg's most popular band Apple Butter Soul.

The fifteen-member funk and jam extravaganza, set to headline the final Rockn To Lockn playoff, is led by funkateer showman Tony Camm, with Chris Schmitt on keys, Jimmy Young and Lonnie Daye, Jr. on guitars, Patrick Street on bass, John Bailey, Sr. on drums, a horn section that features Trev Hicks, the Collins brothers (Cedric and Avery) and Champ Scott, and vocals from Jacqui Camm, Kim Scott, Diva Yassin and R&B singer Lovell...plus a promised few secret weapon surprises during the set.

With a unique blend of P-Funk and Americana jam, paying homage to legends George Clinton and Jerry Carcia, the band has developed into an entertaining touring act, showcasing their created genre called "Funk The Dead" as well as an increasing amount of funky original material, with songs such as "Allstars Of Funk", "Funk Salvation" and "Set Me Free".

The less-than-three-year-old Central Virginia-based group has been making a name for itself playing venues and festivals primarily in the Virginia, Maryland and D.C. area, but is poised to attain recognition on a national level this year with the upcoming release of their debut EP, that features appearances by some members of the current Parliament-Funkadelic lineup.

Bandleader Camm, a life-long P-Funk enthusiast, assembled the collective by piecing together established musicians from the worlds of funk, R&B, jazz, jam and hip-hop (hence...Allstars) and allowing them to free-form collaborate, creating unique and interesting mash-ups.

The result is a buffet of funky delights for any audience, highlighted by Camm's natural ability to connect with and involve party-goers with a genuine concern that all in attendance have a great time, and clamor for more.

The band has become known for their trademark show ending that features a crowd sing-along chant of "one rhythm, one nation" and a chorus of the Funkadelic hit "I Got A Thing, You Got A Thing, Everybody's Got A Thing" filling the room with a sentiment of coming together to help one another. One rhythm...one nation indeed.

The Rockn To Lockn live playoffs are Saturday March 2 at 8pm in the Academy Center Of The Arts Warehouse Theater and will be broadcast live on the Relix Channel.

Click HERE to get tickets to attend.

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