"What a voice".

Sheena Wellington. (Traditional Folk Singer)

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

Caledonian Hilton Hotel, Edinburgh

EastEnd Radio

Edinburgh folk club

Joss Cameron is a Scottish folk singer, from Edinburgh, Scotland, and has a long professional career behind her. Starting off as a nightclub singer in 1988 in the Costa del Sol, and a soloist with the Gibraltar choral society. Joss studied under her mentor, Maestro Hector Placido Cortes.

In 1995, she moved to Ghana to teach music and art, and in 1998, lived in Melbourne where she joined the highly acclaimed a cappella 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 founder member of the highly acclaimed a'cappella quartet, GRACE UNDER PRESSURE, and performed with them until 2012, and with BALLADONIA until 2017, where she performed in many community settings with well known poet and actor, Spike Munro. Joss is also one of Edinburgh's 'Heretics'.

At present Joss performs on a regular basis with her band 'SHIAN FOLK'  and is also a well known solo performer, where she sings traditional songs, many of the songs being from the North East of Scotland. (Her family being linked to the Travelling tradition, and Joss being a blood relation of well known ballad singer, Jeannie Robertson). 

Joss is also an accomplished artist, clinical hypnotherapist, and works in Higher education. for further information.


Joss plays violin, bagpipes and bodhran

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