Bobby Cameron


“Bobby is one of Canada’s great guitarists and his talent is equal to many of the world’s great guitarists.” – Long John Baldry

Bobby’s back and he’s bringing it. Today he delivers one of his best CDs to date, and given his back catalogue, that is no small accomplishment. It’s been a while, but no matter, for it was worth the wait. On March 7, 2015, Bobby dropped his new disc entitled “Comfort Zone”. Sixteen tracks with a unique and powerful blend of Bobby’s Blues, Roots, and Folk-Rock Worlds. Most recently, this new disc led to Bobby’s signing with Entertainment One, out of Toronto.

“As a writer, Bobby Cameron speaks from his soul. His music cuts to the heart of every emotion we’ve ever experienced. He not only writes great songs … he lives them. His writing is only matched by the compassion with which he performs. Bobby’s incredible voice and interpretations of songs leave you with one indisputable thought, this guy can sing.” – Bob MacEachern, President / GM 101.5 The Hawk

The past few years have seen some exciting chapters in Cameron’s storied career. His collaborating with Jully Black resulted in a song on her 2008 Juno award-winning album, “Revival”. In 2007, he garnered Toronto Exclusive Magazine Awards: “Best Blues Artist”; “Best Blues Song” for “Sueanna”; and “Artist of the Year”. From the BMG label, he received a Platinum Sales Award for co-writing on Canadian Idol Winner Ryan Malcolm’s “Home” album.


industry role:  Producer/Engineer
genre:  Blues