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Jim Camacho Live at Luna Star Café.

Special Guests: Humbert


Friday, September 18, 2015


Miami singer / songwriter Jim Camacho will be celebrating the release of his new single “Make It to the Morning Light” with a special performance at the Luna Star Café (775 NE 125th St, North Miami, FL 33161) on Friday, September 18, 2015, beginning at 8 p.m. The night will also feature a set by Hialeah power pop group Humbert, who are also celebrating the recent release of new music.

Ruti Celli (singer / songwriter / cellist) and local legend Charlie Pickett (guitar) will be joining Jim as special guests during the evening. This event caps a busy summer for Camacho: he released his second single and video of 2015, “Please Come Home”, had a successful solo group debut at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center and performed as part of the Mad Cat Theater Company’s production of RAM by Paul and Linda McCartney – all last month.

This is a CASH only show!

For More Information:

Jim Camacho Live Events Page

visit www.lunastarcafe.com or call 305.799.7123



Jim Camacho has issued a new single called “Please Come Home”. An acoustic guitar-driven Americana song, the new single reflects a slide towards country music. The production has a timeless feel reminiscent of the Eagles or Bruce Springsteen. The track is now available as a download on iTunes and can be streamed on Spotify.


The song was recorded and co-produced by frequent collaborator and L.A.-based musician / multi-instrumentalist Perdomo at his Reseda Ranch Studios and Capitol Studios during Camacho’s spring 2014 tour of the northwest and west coast. Camacho sings lead vocals and plays acoustic and bass guitar. Perdomo handles electric, slide and acoustic guitar and organ, in addition to handling production duties. Jordan Welch is featured on drums and percussion, John Camacho contributes backing vocals and Sharief Hobley, who’s worked John Legend and Rufus Wainwright, among others, contributes electric guitar parts. The track was mixed by Charles Dye and mastered by Ryan Smith.

The video, directed by Juan Davila and produced by Annie Fernandez, stars local chanteuse Samantha D’Giff and features cameo appearances by Fritz Dorigo (Crease), Ferny Coipel (Humbert) and Alex Ibanez (Price) as Jim’s band. Shot at the now-defunct venue The Stage Miami and at Copiel’s Shack North Annex studio, the video is brilliantly edited and deftly tells the story of the song. It can be viewed on Jim’s YouTube page.


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