Cameron Micheal Dubé was born September 19th 1998 in Chatham, Ontario. At an early age Cameron was exposed to a very musical family. First taking lessons in guitar and then drums at 9 years old. Cameron started jamming with his brother and friends finding he had real talent, and enjoyed writing and creating music with his brother. Being only 11 years old when Endless Sorrow was formed and performing, Cameron shocked audiences around the Chatham music scene. When it was time for the band to change their name, it was he who came up with the name Letterbomb. The other members liked the idea and so they changed their name and played their first show as Letterbomb on July 1st in front of hundreds of people at a Canada Day celebration in Chatham Ontario. In august 2010, Cameron and Letterbomb traveled to Toronto to record their first full-length album “Hollywood’s Not For Me” at Number 9 studios being one of the youngest to ever record there. Since he has continued to amaze all audiences with his unique young talents.