Discover or Rediscover “Sol Knopf” Legendary Singer, Songwriter, & Performer. 

Sol may not live in Nashville, but the soul of Nashville lives in Sol.

A talented singer/songwriter with Country roots, Sol Knopf was influenced at an early age by the sounds of the sixties and seventies. With a deep baritone and a bright acoustic guitar, Sol has entertained hundreds and thousands with his original songs about bravery, hometown pride, and watching his family grow. Sol’s music moves the soul as much as it entertains, demanding an active ear to fully appreciate the scope and sound of one man, his guitar, and a story to tell.

Seeking to recreate a sound similar to his folk-rock heroes, Sol travelled in and out of cover bands for the better part of his young adulthood. Spending six nights out of the week on the road proved beneficial as Sol’s storytelling and lyrics matured. As Sol was discovering his voice, he was also uncovering a new sound: one that combines the grit of southern country with the introspective soul-searching of the golden age of the 1970s singer/songwriter era. Is he the lovechild of James Taylor and Merle Haggard? Possibly, but if you ask him he’ll laugh it off and quickly change the subject. 

Blessed with the talent, Sol spent his life dedicated to his craft, churning out hit after hit while touring continuously. In 2013, he clocked in at 260 gigs, celebrating each day with the satisfaction that his art could support his other love: his family. In addition to thriving on live event exposure, Sol celebrated another smash hit with “My Baby Girl,” a song that has been shared and celebrated at numerous weddings as the Bride’s featured song for the father-daughter dance.

After listening to Sol’s discography, the range of talent is abundantly clear. But to truly appreciate it, attend one of his live shows. He is currently a staple of the Delaware shore resort community, performing nightly at live venues where the crowds chant his name and clap their hands with enchanting tunes like “Saddle Up and Ride” or “I Was Born to Love Her.”


Today, you can visit Sol along the coast at one of his nightly shows on Lewes Beach or Rehoboth Beach. Have a beer, kick back, and relax as Sol reminds you of all the good times, the bad times, and all the times in between. These sweet moments of serenity, backed by a baritone on a sun-soaked evening by the water, are the music moments that remind you that it’s OK to wear cowboy boots to the beach. 

Discover or Rediscover “Sol Knopf” Legendary Singer, Songwriter, & Performer. 

Sol may not live in Nashville, but the soul of Nashville lives in Sol.

A talented singer/songwriter with Country roots, Sol Knopf was influenced at an early age by the sounds of the sixties and seventies. With a deep baritone and a bright acoustic guitar, Sol has entertained hundreds and thousands with his original songs about bravery, hometown pride, and watching his family grow. Sol’s music moves the soul as much as it entertains, demanding an active ear to fully appreciate the scope and sound of one man, his guitar, and a story to tell.

Seeking to recreate a sound similar to his folk-rock heroes, Sol travelled in and out of cover bands for the better part of his young adulthood. Spending six nights out of the week on the road proved beneficial as Sol’s storytelling and lyrics matured. As Sol was discovering his voice, he was also uncovering a new sound: one that combines the grit of southern country with the introspective soul-searching of the golden age of the 1970s singer/songwriter era. Is he the lovechild of James Taylor and Merle Haggard? Possibly, but if you ask him he’ll laugh it off and quickly change the subject. 

Blessed with the talent, Sol spent his life dedicated to his craft, churning out hit after hit while touring continuously. In 2013, he clocked in at 260 gigs, celebrating each day with the satisfaction that his art could support his other love: his family. In addition to thriving on live event exposure, Sol celebrated another smash hit with “My Baby Girl,” a song that has been shared and celebrated at numerous weddings as the Bride’s featured song for the father-daughter dance.

After listening to Sol’s discography, the range of talent is abundantly clear. But to truly appreciate it, attend one of his live shows. He is currently a staple of the Delaware shore resort community, performing nightly at live venues where the crowds chant his name and clap their hands with enchanting tunes like “Saddle Up and Ride” or “I Was Born to Love Her.”

Today, you can visit Sol along the coast at one of his nightly shows on Lewes Beach or Rehoboth Beach. Have a beer, kick back, and relax as Sol reminds you of all the good times, the bad times, and all the times in between. These sweet moments of serenity, backed by a baritone on a sun-soaked evening by the water, are the music moments that remind you that it’s OK to wear cowboy boots to the beach. 

"This Kid Is The Truth" Sacramento’s Latest Up & Coming Rap Phenomenon "Cam"

There’s a new generation of hip-hop artists taking over the West Coast, and a young man named Cam is ready to take the throne.

Cam is a young gun with knowledge of hip-hop of someone twice his age. Well-spoken and with a great sense of humor, Cam is more willing to talk about his musical influences than his own accomplishments. Common, Al Green, and Bootsy are names that spring to mind, but upon first listen of his music, one could wonder why Cam isn’t already included in the music history books, let alone hip-hop canon.

 At a young age, Cam realized he was destined for musicianship. He scribbled stories in the margins of his school notebooks and shared them with his friends. By the time Cam was in middle school, he had started his first band; by age sixteen he was a recording artist, teaming up with Young A and DJ Roger to record his first rap songs. One thing was clear: profanity had no place his records.

 “I have always written about life, love, everyday things… whatever I was dealing with at the moment. But I wanted my message to stay clean. Curse words are nothing but filler.” Like trimming the fat, Cam is able to cut his songs down to the bone and leave the listener with a raw, emotionally stirring sound rarely heard on today’s radio.

 Today, Cam is recording a new album, TNG LP (The New Generation), in his home studio. Unsatisfied spending time in other producer’s labs, Cam added a new title to his resume after he built himself a soundproof studio in his home where he could be writer, rapper, and producer. It seems to have paid off, as spending time in his personal mad lab has generated a new, fierce sound where heavy bass, electric keys, and hi-hats are the foundation to his smooth vocals.

 The album features singles like “Vo\um<,” a late-night urban anthem meant for side street cruising, and “Actin’ Like a Millionaire,” the sweaty dance number that’s perfect for packed clubs and high rollers. Cam shows off his smoother side with the piano-driven ballad “OuTa ConTrol,” where a lost a soul asks for answers to some of life’s toughest questions.

Recently, Cam opened for E-40 at Ace of Spades in Sacramento.

"This Kid Is The Truth" Sacramento’s Latest Up & Coming Rap Phenomenon "Cam"

There’s a new generation of hip-hop artists taking over the West Coast, and a young man named Cam is ready to take the throne.

Cam is a young gun with knowledge of hip-hop of someone twice his age. Well-spoken and with a great sense of humor, Cam is more willing to talk about his musical influences than his own accomplishments. Common, Al Green, and Bootsy are names that spring to mind, but upon first listen of his music, one could wonder why Cam isn’t already included in the music history books, let alone hip-hop canon.

 At a young age, Cam realized he was destined for musicianship. He scribbled stories in the margins of his school notebooks and shared them with his friends. By the time Cam was in middle school, he had started his first band; by age sixteen he was a recording artist, teaming up with Young A and DJ Roger to record his first rap songs. One thing was clear: profanity had no place his records.

 “I have always written about life, love, everyday things… whatever I was dealing with at the moment. But I wanted my message to stay clean. Curse words are nothing but filler.” Like trimming the fat, Cam is able to cut his songs down to the bone and leave the listener with a raw, emotionally stirring sound rarely heard on today’s radio.

 Today, Cam is recording a new album, TNG LP (The New Generation), in his home studio. Unsatisfied spending time in other producer’s labs, Cam added a new title to his resume after he built himself a soundproof studio in his home where he could be writer, rapper, and producer. It seems to have paid off, as spending time in his personal mad lab has generated a new, fierce sound where heavy bass, electric keys, and hi-hats are the foundation to his smooth vocals.

 The album features singles like “Vo\um<,” a late-night urban anthem meant for side street cruising, and “Actin’ Like a Millionaire,” the sweaty dance number that’s perfect for packed clubs and high rollers. Cam shows off his smoother side with the piano-driven ballad “OuTa ConTrol,” where a lost a soul asks for answers to some of life’s toughest questions.

Recently, Cam opened for E-40 at Ace of Spades in Sacramento.