Duncan Cameron

Rock, Country, Pop, Session M Guitar, Vocals Amazing Rhythm Aces, Sawyer Brown

Born: Killen, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame


duncan cameronDuncan Cameron (born July 27, 1956) was the second lead guitarist for Sawyer Brown. Formerly with the Amazing Rhythm Aces, he replaced original guitarist Bobby Randall in 1991. Cameron was with the group throughout their most consistent hit-making period in the early 1990s. He was with the band when they moved from Curb Records to Lyric Street Records briefly in 2003. When Sawyer Brown returned to Curb Records after releasing only one single, Cameron decided to pursue another dream. A long-time pilot, he took a job flying for Southwest Airlines in 2004. He was replaced by current guitarist Shayne Hill.

Source: http://sawyerbrown.wikia.com/wiki/Duncan_Cameron

 

 


How The Hell Do You Spell Rythum (LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 1980

Full House / Aces High (2xLP, Album) AMJ Records 1981

Outskirts Of Town (Cass, Album) Curb Records 1993

Instruments & Performance

Old Tennessee and 2 more…

Fools Gold - Fools Gold ◄ (6 versions) Arista, Arista 1976

Same Song, Second Verse (LP, Album) Friendamine Records 1976

Burning The Ballroom Down ◄ (2 versions) ABC Records 1978

Levon Helm ◄ (2 versions) ABC Records 1978

Amazing Rhythm Aces ◄ (3 versions) ABC Records 1979

How The Hell Do You Spell Rythum (LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records 1980

In Person (LP) Venture Records 1981

Russell Smith (LP) Capitol Records 1981

Full House / Aces High (2xLP, Album) AMJ Records 1981

Gimme You (LP) CBS 1981

All Those Lies and 4 more… Glenn Frey - No Fun Aloud ◄ (3 versions) Asylum Records, Asylum Records 1982

Old Enough Asylum Records 1982

Old Enough (LP, Album) Asylum Records 1982

Sportin' Life ◄ (12 versions) Polydor 1985

Soul Searchin' Glenn Frey - Soul Searchin' ◄ (15 versions) MCA Records, MCA Records 1988

Outskirts Of Town (Cass, Album) Curb Records 1993

The Hits Live (CD, Album, Comp) Curb Records 2000

Lost And Dyin' Breed (CD, Album) Hobo Jim Music Unknown

Writing & Arrangement

What Kind Of Love Is This? (7", Promo) Warner Bros. Records 1980

Outskirts Of Town (Cass, Album) Curb Records 1993

World Wide Web / We Shall Overcome Future Pilot A.K.A. - A Galaxy Of Sound Sulphur Records 1999

Production I Must Be Dreaming ◄ (3 versions) Polydor 1985

Source: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Duncan+Cameron

 

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