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Joss Cameron is a Scottish folk singer, researcher, artist and award-winning songwriter born in Edinburgh and holds a First-Class BA (Hons) in Music from the University of West London. Joss has a long professional career behind her, starting off her career as a nightclub singer in 1988 in the Costa del Sol and as a soloist with the Gibraltar Choral Society. Joss initially studied classical music under her mentor, Maestro Hector Placido Cortes, and became a resident vocalist at the Gibraltar International Casino.

In 1995, she moved to Ghana to teach music and art. In 1998, she emigrated to Melbourne, where she joined the established acapella trio, EVESPEAK, where she became a well-known voice in the Australian folk music circuit, whilst debuting their world music award-winning CD 'Warming The Ground'.

In 2004, Joss returned to the UK, where she became a founder member of the well-known acapella quartet, GRACE UNDER PRESSURE and performed with them until 2012, then was founder member in BALLADONIA promoting Scottish music in community settings.

In 2017, Joss became a founder member of the band 'SHIANFOLK' and a soloist, where she sings traditional ballads, many of the songs from the North East of Scotland. (Her family is linked to the Travelling tradition, and Joss is a blood relation of well-known ballad singer Jeannie Robertson, a traditional balladeer). She also researches and sources ancient ballads. Joss is the Musical Director of the Stonehaven Poetry Festival.

In 2023, Joss has teamed up with her friend, Jess Smith (BEM), and will be going on tour in the autumn with their performance 'Where the Feather Falls', and in 2024, Joss, Amy Dudley and  John Tantalon will be touring with 'Tales from the Witches Sabbath', incorporating stories and songs from the historical Scottish Witch trials. Both tours Joss has co-produced. 


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Some venues played:

Gibraltar Casino

Caleta Palace, Gibraltar

John Mac Hall, Gibraltar

Dandenong Ranges folk festival

Castlemaine folk festival

Edinburgh festival

Melbourne festival

Adelaide festival

Celtic National festival

Red Cliffs festival

St Kilda festival

The Basin festival

Mooroolbark festival

Croydon festival

Port Fairy festival

Australia National festival

Womad Australia

Maroondah Theatre, Melbourne

Chapel Theatre, Melbourne

Lindemans Winery, Redcliffs

Yering Station Winery, Yarra Valley

The Boite, Melbourne

Edinburgh Zoo

Caledonian Hotel

Edinburgh Castle

Good Morning Australia

St Michael's Caves, Gibraltar

Jenners, Edinburgh

St Andrew's suppers: Gibraltar (with Jimmy Shand)

St Andrew's suppers: Melbourne

St Andrew's suppers: Ghana

Blairgowrie Town Hall

Alhambra Theatre, Melbourne

Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

The Scottish Parliament

Caledonian Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh

EastEnd Radio

Edinburgh folk club

Leith Folk Club

Dumfermline Folk Club

Soutar Theatre, Perth

Wighton Theatre, Dundee

University of Edinburgh

Queen Margaret University

St Andrew's Golf Club, Fife

Clydesdale Folk Club

During lockdown, Amy and Joss had bubbled and made some music . . . . . . . 

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