The New AM 740’s Scottish lad, Denis Snowdon was born and educated in Glasgow, Scotland and immigrated to Oakville in 1964. Bringing his roots to the airwaves, Denis launched A LITTLE BREATH OF SCOTLAND on CHWO which continues its success on The New AM 740. In October 2014, the show celebrated its 50th anniversary! The longevity of Denis’ show is an achievement that very few in the industry can match.
In recognition of this, Denis was inducted into the Quarter Century Club of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters in 1991, in recognition of his contribution to radio. Denis is the voice of the annual Fergus Tattoo. He also M.C’d the Skydome Tattoo in honour of Toronto’s 200th birthday, and was the narrator in the critically acclaimed Scottish Dance Company of Canada’s production, “Immrama”. For leisure, Denis travels and loves a good mystery novel. He lives in Oakville with his wife Denise and they have three children and six grandchildren.
For information on “A Little Breath of Scotland,” including artists, albums, songs and more, visit www.denissnowdon.com.