Duncan Cameron

(lead guitar, 1991-2004)


Full Name

Robert Duncan Cameron, Jr.


July 27, 1956
Utica, New York

Duncan Cameron (born July 27,1956) was the second lead guitarist for Sawyer Brown. Former member of the Amazing Rhythm Aces, sideman with Glenn Frey (of the Eagles) and session guitarist with Muscle Shoals Sound studios, he replaced original guitarist Bobby Randall in 1991. In late 1990, while the group was recording in Muscle Shoals, he was brought in to contribute on the songs that became The Dirt Road  (including "Some Girls Do").  Asked to tour in place of Randall (who had agreed to host a Nashville TV show scheduled at that same time), Duncan was invited late in the tour to join the band full time. The next fourteen years were spent touring and recording with as he describes it: "my best friends"...

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 return to his "other love"... aviation.  A long-time pilot, he took a job flying for Southwest Airlines in mid-2004. He was replaced by current guitarist Shayne Hill.

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