Doug Cameron

Jazz Violinist
United States

Widely considered one of the true innovators of jazz violin, Doug Cameron is well known for his dynamic performances and trademark blue electric violin. In Los Angeles, Doug has recorded and performed with a wide range of artists, including George Benson, Doc Severinsen, Tom Petty, Cher, The Allman Brothers, Dionne Warwick, Tony Bennett and renowned producer David Foster. He records a new album almost every year, featuring many original compositions. 

Doug was exposed to music at an early age, and it has remained a family affair. His mother, singer-songwriter Barbara Cameron, had her own radio show on WLW in Cincinnati, where she often sang with Rosemary Clooney and The Clooney Sisters. She also wrote and sang the theme song for The Road Runner Show. Today, Doug’s young sons, Alex and Sean, play the violin and perform with him in a family program audiences love. 

One of Doug’s great joys has been working with young musicians in an inspirational workshop environment. “Music is a gift that I am grateful to have in my life,” he says. “And it is my hope to be able to share it with as many young people as possible.”   

Doug Cameron on Viking.TV (1 )