Cameron House Records Signs Distribution Deal with Warner Music Canada


Cameron House Records is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with Warner Music Canada. Effective immediately, the deal accentuates the natural progression of the new independent label based out of the legendary Cameron House bar in Toronto.


Founded by Cosmo Ferraro and Michael McKeown, the label is accumulating some of the most talented up and coming roots based artists on the Canadian music scene. With debut releases from five artists in 2012, there is no telling where they may be headed.


McKeown states “This is an extremely exciting time for us, with our roots planted firmly in the history of The Cameron, and the Queen street music scene, there seems to be a new generation of musicians and songwriters who have had the proverbial torch passed on to them. Now with this partnership with Warner Music Canada, we are able to have a greater reach, as the music we’ve cultivated is no longer confined by walls, it’s ready to spill out to the rest of Canada and beyond.”


“The Cameron House stage has a long legacy as the launching pad for some of Canada’s greatest musicians,” says Warner Music Canada President Steve Kane.  “Warner Music Canada has been proud of our longstanding relationship many of those artists including  Blue Rodeo and Ron Sexsmith.  I’ve been going to hear music at the Cameron for over thirty years and I truly believe that the current era of songwriters performing there are as important as any in its history. We look forward to lending support to Cosmo and Michael in introducing to the world to the next generation of great acts to emerge from the Cameron House.”


Artists who have released material on the label include (in order of release) Handsome Ned, David Baxter, Kayla Howran, Nichol Robertson, Tarantuela, Rattlesnake Choir, Devin Cuddy, and Whitney Rose.

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