John Allan Cameron was created in 1938 in Canada and originated from a very music family. He started playing your guitar as an adolescent, but transferred to Ottawa, Ontario, in 1957, to become priest. He still left and examined education at St. Francis Xavier School in Nova Scotia, executing around campus with an organization known as the Cavaliers. After teaching in London, Ontario, he resumed music in 1968, playing traditional Scottish and Irish music on the Newport and Mariposa Folk Celebrations. He agreed upon with Apex immediately after and documented Here Shows up John Allan Cameron (1968) as well as the Minstrel of Cranberry Street (1969). A agreement with Balmur Ltd. created MAKE IT HAPPEN by Dawn and Lord from the Dance in 1972 and 1973. From 1975, Cameron provides frequently performed using the Cape Breton Symphony, made up of accordionist/pianist Bobby Dark brown and fiddlers Winston Fitzgerald, Wilfred Gillen and John Donald Cameron. His various other albums include Wedding ceremonies, Wakes & OTHER ACTIVITIES (1976), Fiddle (1978), Freeborn Guy (1979), MEMORIES (1987), Blowing wind Willow (1991) and two amounts of Common John Allan (1992).
|1||His son Stuart Cameron is equally well known as a musician in Canada.|
|2||Named to the Order of Canada in 2003.|
|3||Sometimes referred to as the godfather of Celtic music in Canada.|
|Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show||1986||TV Series||John Allan Cameron|
|John Allan Cameron||1975||TV Series|
|Tree Power||1979||Documentary short|
|Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show||1986||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Celtic Tides||1999||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|The Alan Thicke Show||1980-1981||TV Series||Himself|
|The Alan Hamel Show||1976-1979||TV Series||Himself|
|Celtic Spirits||1978||Documentary short||Himself|
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