Jody Cameron started music on the piano when he was 8 years old, adding the guitar and drums at age 9. He began playing steel guitar at age 15. Jody continued to play guitar and drums throughout high school and in college jazz bands. He played in regional Texas country bands for many years and played for Nashville Curb recording artist David Kersh from 1996 to 2000 where he met Bobby and toured the US extensively. Jody came back to Texas in 2000 and played as staff steel guitarist at The Lake Theater in Lake Jackson, TX until 2005. He played for Johnny Lyon and Johnny Bush for two years as well as doing many shows with Frenchie Burke during this period. In 2008, Jody was voted "Texas Steel Guitar Player of the Year" by the Texas Steel Guitar Association.
Jody joined the Zona Jones' band in 2007 and toured with him until 2009. He played many shows and sessions with Randy Cornor, worked at Sound Masters Studio, Sugar Hill Studio, Limelight, and many other studios in the Houston area doing master and demo sessions, and commercials/jingles. Before joining the Yellow Rose Band to date, Jody played on Roy Head's latest CD, "Roy Head: 2010".
He is married Darla Cameron, also a musician and singer. They have three children, Brittany, 21; Aaron 8 and Julia, 5.