Vanessa Campagna

Vanessa Campagna

It is her commanding presence and explosive stage personality along with her dynamic and versatile voice that has made Vanessa Campagna a fan favorite.  These traits along with her passion to perform have earned her the opportunity to work with some of the best music entertainment people in the business as well as perform at some of the biggest music venues across the country.  It is her diversity, yet vocal purity that earned her the respect of world-renowned multi-award winning, director/composer, Marvin Hamlisch; who claimed, “Vanessa is the real deal.”

She has performed at the Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame Awards, accompanied by Eduardo Marturet and the Miami Symphony Orchestra. Vanessa payed tribute to Latin songwriting great, César Portillo de la Luz, singing one of his hit songs; “Contigo En La Distancia.”

Vanessa currently works in Nashville singing, producing, and writing music with A listers such as, multi #1 hit songwriter and producer Derek George, Liz Rose, Chuck Jones and mega-hit maker Desmond Child. Vanessa just recently collaborated with Grammy Nominated, Bryan Todd on a song titled “Too Late,” that landed at number 17 on the Billboard Dance/Club Charts, and number 3 on the U.K. Dance charts, with Aussie Dance/EDM artist, Azure. Vanessa also co-wrote the number 2 song on Radio Disney, titled “Cake,” with pop artist Cali Rodi.

You can hear Vanessa vocally accompany Multi-platinum Christian/Pop recording artist, Michael W. Smith on his brand new pop album, “A Million Lights.” She is currently performing alongside Michael on his “Surrounded By A Million Lights” World Tour that has upcoming stops in The U.K., Amsterdam, Scotland, Brazil and Seoul South Korea. 

Vanessa’s versatility enabled her to land the soulful theme song for the television show, Bar Karma, which aired on Current (CURNT) TV, and her voice was featured in the NBA All-star, Amar’e Stoudemire’s documentary,”Amar’e Stoudemire:  In the Moment”.  She was part of the 2013 OSCAR winning team who collaborated on the music and lyrics for the Academy award winning documentary/short, Inocente, which aired on MTV.