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Cam Hayden

Announcer and Producer

CKUA

Email: c***@***.org

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CKUA

9804 Jasper Avenue

Edmonton, Alberta,T5J 0C5

Canada

Company Description

Vision Statement: Music. Story. Connection. Mission Statement: CKUA is Alberta’s cultural network that celebrates music, engages communities and makes life worth listening....more

Background Information

Employment History

Producer and Owner

Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival


Producer

Blues International Ltd.


Talent Buyer

Blues International Ltd


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Directory of Staff - CKUA Radio NetworkCKUA Radio Network

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Cam Hayden Announcer/Producer


CKUA Radio Network

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Cam Hayden
Announcer/Producer


Friday Night Blues Party, The - CKUA Radio NetworkCKUA Radio Network

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Host: Cam Hayden
Host Cam Hayden shares his great passion for the blues when he's not aboard his other great passion: a motorcycle. Helping your weekend to start speeding in the right direction, this program offers the latest blues recordings as well as gems from the CKUA vaults, blues news, concert information and a peek at the history of the blues. This is music that fills the hole in your soul... makes you want to dance, jump or shout... and moves you in some way. The show aims to provide a balance of all the elements of the blues-instrumentation, energy, styles and geographic origins-and bring it all together so listeners can take a guided trip through the blues without leaving their living room. "Everybody loves the blues," declares Cam. "Some people just don't know it yet. Drop on by and hear for yourself. Cam Hayden Host Cam Hayden I was born ridin' a Hog in Brooks, Alberta, home of the blues!


CBMA 2012 Hall of Fame Survey

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Cam Hayden
Born in Brooks and raised in Edmonton, Cam eventually moved to Calgary, where he started and ran his high-school radio station for three years before hosting programs on CJSW at the University of Calgary. Cam enrolled in the Television, Stage and Radio Arts program at SAIT, graduating in 1978. He then answered an ad that led him to CKUA. During his time at CKUA, Cam has been a classical music announcer, hosted the morning show in the early 1980s, and in the mid-1990s, the Alberta Morning show. He's now known as the host of the ever-popular Friday Night Blues Party, bringing the blues to audiences for over 30 years. During the 1980's Cam was president and talent buyer for Edmonton's City Media Club. He's also written about the blues scene for Culture Shock, Vue and See magazines, and run his own production company, presenting shows during the '90s. In 1999, Cam co-founded Edmonton's Labatt Blues Festival, which has become a premier event in the blues world.


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Cam Hayden, host of Friday Night Blues Party on CKUA, was heavily involved in running Edmonton's legendary City Media Club, (a vital venue for blues and beyond) serving as talent booker, president, volunteer bartender, and occasional door person.
In the early 90's he began putting on shows through Wingtip Productions and in 1998 was a founding member of Blues International, the production company that started The Edmonton Blues Festival, and put on the first event, in 1999. In 2008, the Edmonton Blues Festival was the first Canadian Blues festival to receive a "Keeping the Blues Alive" award from the Blues Foundation, based in Memphis. Cam was recently honoured by the Calgary Blues Music Association in 2012 with a lifetime achievement award.


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