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Camarco

Camarco   (Denmark)

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Added : 08/02/2015
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Camarco
Based On A True But Simple Story
I Promise Myself
Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room)
Love The Way
Nobody
How Could I Lose You
When Stars Are Out
95 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

 

Camarco albums

Camarco Camarco 1997
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Based On A True But Simple Story Based On A True But Simple Story 6th Sep 2000
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Camarco singles

I Promise Myself I Promise Myself 1996  
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Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room) Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room) 1996  
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Love The Way Love The Way Promo only 1997  
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Nobody Nobody Promo only 2000  
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How Could I Lose You How Could I Lose You 2000  
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When Stars Are Out When Stars Are Out 2000  
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Camarco biography

Singer Camarco (sometimes spelled Camargo) was born Tom Andkjær in Rio de Janeiro. He was raised in Denmark. His first hit in 1996 was a cover of Paul Lekakis's 1986 song Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room). It went top 5 hit in Denmark and top 3 hit in Brazil. Later he toured Mexico and Spain too. Then came I Promise Myself, a cover of Nick Kamen. He released a self-titled album in 1997, but shortly after the Danish division of label Dance Pool shut down.

In 1999 he signed to CMC Records and in September 2000 he released his second album Based On a True But Simple Story produced by Dreamworld, Robin Rex and Panman & Ace. A few promo singles followed.

Camarco also had a short-lived acting career. In 1994 he was the bartender on the game show "Man O Man" and subsequently the host of the dating show "Party Uartig". In 1998 he starred in 50 episodes of the soap opera "Hvide Løgne" ("White Lies").

2011 : he co-wrote a song for Alexander Brown Feat. David Bateson entitled 1st Class Alcoholics.

2012 : he launched his own coaching company Clear Sight in Kolding.

2013 : he started working for Sense Energy Drink.

2014 : he works for fashion company Noisy May.

Thanks to Anders Bøgh

Camarco biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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