THE RECORD REVIEW -
"Bobby Cameron should be the next big solo artist to hit it large from this country, if he doesn't, then we have a problem here folks. This is strong rock and roll filled with a ton of good hooks and dominating the whole proceeding, is Cameron's fantastic guitar work"
The Late MR. LONG JOHN BALDRY -
"I have had the great pleasure of Bobby joining me on tour both in 2002 and again in 2004. Both tours were great successes as Bobby's guitar playing was a highlight both times. Bobby is one of Canada's great young guitarists and his talent is equal to many of the world's great guitarists. Please maker sure to catch Bobby whenever you can. Best wishes "
RANDY STAUB - Recording Engineer (Nickleback, Metallica, Bon Jovi) -
"He isn't looking for his musical identity, he knows who he is. He's a great singer with great songs"
STEVE JONES - Director of Programming K-Rock and Mix 96 -
"Bobby is such an incredible talent. He's truly one of those guys, that with the right connections, he's going to be so well known. People from outside Edmonton who know him absolutely love his stuff. We're definitely going to play him"
NEIL WATSON - Entertainment Editor Edmonton Sun -
"Cameron knows a hook. His songs have radio play written all over them. He's a born front man with killer moves and a rough-edged voice that never lacks emotion"
SHANE "SLED DOG" MICHAELS - The Bear -
"Multi-instrumentalist and superb songwriter Cameron also has a smoky rich voice that reminds me of Mark Cohn's " Walking in Memphis"
MIKE BELL - Calgary Sun -
"Drowning on Dry Land, Bobby Cameron's latest release, has a sound that could compete with any mainstream rock record out there"
MARK MESSIER - New York Rangers -
"Congratulations to you on winning Much Music's National Guitar Warz Championship. I know for you it is like winning the Stanley Cup"
"Singer-songwriter Bobby Cameron's Drowning On Dry Land is 24-Karat, folk rock gold. Highlighting his superb vocals with acoustic and slide guitars, this runs the full gamut of emotions. From the opening vocals on "Inside Out" to the slashing chord changes of Grass is Never Greener, you'll be hooked"