Stuart Cameron (musician)

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Stuart Cameron
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Stuart Cameron performing with Crash Test Dummies in 2010
Background information
Origin Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Genres Rock, alternative rock
Occupation(s) musician
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts The Heartbroken, Ashley MacIsaac, Crash Test Dummies, Amanda Marshall, Matthew Good, John Allan Cameron, George Canyon, Shaye
Website http://theheartbroken.com/
This article is about the Canadian guitarist. For the Australian rules footballer, see Stuart Cameron (footballer). For the United Kingdom town planner, see Stuart Cameron.

Stuart Cameron is a guitarist based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is the son of John Allan Cameron and is a member of The Heartbroken. He has recorded and toured with Ashley MacIsaac, Crash Test Dummies, Amanda Marshall, Matthew Good, John Allan Cameron, George Canyon, Gordie Sampson and Shaye.[1]

Stuart is a prominent figure in the Fergus Scottish Festival and Highland Games,[2] in Fergus, Ontario, where he took over as Chieftain of the Games after his father's death. He leads many of the ceremonies and often plays a solo musical act or with Celtic bands who are a part of the festival, such as Tom Leadbeater, Seven Nations, and The Town Pants.

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