May he Rest In Peace!!

Canadian Performer John Allan Cameron Has Died
John Allan Cameron, who helped spread the gospel of Celtic music across Canada and beyond, has died after a lengthy struggle with cancer.
He was 67.
His brother, John Donald Cameron, says the legendary Cape Breton entertainer died on Wednesday morning in a Toronto hospital.
A native of Mabou, Nova Scotia, John Allan Cameron was diagnosed five years ago with bone marrow cancer and leukemia.
Known as “Mabou’s ministering minstrel,” Cameron tirelessly promoted Celtic music long before the Rankin Family, the Barra MacNeils and Natalie MacMaster became known to Canadian listeners.
Cameron began his career with the Don Messer Show and Singalong Jubilee, then as the opening act for Anne Murray, and again with his own half-hour show.
In 1970, Cameron got a standing ovation at the Grand Ole Opry.
He was a resident of Pickering, Ontario when he died.