Hughie And Allan – Twenty-Eight Years Of Cape Breton Humor With Hughie And Allan - Non Music , Comedy , Maritime (Vinyl)
The second season's non-musical content featured Hollywood-themed segments where Cameron would portray legendary entertainment stars and movie characters. Series regulars Hughie and Allen presented a comic newscast entitled "News From Home".
Musical performances featuring Cameron and his band were staged in Seaton Auditorium at Halifax's Mount Saint Vincent University. Series guests included Bruce Cockburn, Denny Doherty, The Good Brothers, Steve Goodman, Murray McLauchlan, Will Millar (The Irish Rovers), Tom Paxton, Ronnie Prophet, Tom Rush, Sonny Terry with Brownie McGhee, Ian Tyson, Valdy, Roger Whittaker and Mason Williams. Skip Beckwith was the series musical director, who also played bass for Cameron's band, "The Cape Breton Symphony"