His 19-piece band will be performing on Saturday at 7 p.m.
“Last time Douglas was here, people had such a good time they started getting out of their seats and dancing along with the music,” said Christopher Brazelton of Elm Street Cultural Arts Village. “But then again, that’s not so surprising, the charisma he brings to the stage in very contagious.”
Hailing from Columbia, S. C., Cameron grew up listening to the sounds of Glen Miller and Tommy Dorsey. His early influences inspired him to take up drums at the age of 9.
“A multi-faceted performer, he also is a guitarist and songwriter,” Brazelton said. “With his direction set, he is certain to inspire and excite audiences with his impressive showmanship and extraordinary talent.”
Often described as “smooth and seductive,” his sounds have a wide variety to certainly please almost anyone, Brazelton said.
“With over 25 years of experience in entertaining audiences the show is sure to be a knock out,” he said.
Tickets are available at elmstreetarts.org.
The Elm Street Cultural Arts Village and City Center Auditorium is at 8534 Main S in Woodstock. For information, call Elm Street Offices at (678) 494-4251.