Camine are based in Kent but travel extensively through UK. They are available for worldwide enquiries too.
Camine are twin sisters Ramona and Zinta Egle. Their music originates from Ireland, Scotland and beyond and moves imaginatively from high energy jigs and reels to sublime harmony singing.
On their musical travels they have received accolades from eminent music legends such as Herbie Flowers and Mike Scott and have performed their own arrangement of a Laurie Anderson song to an audience including Laurie and Brian Eno.
Camine have toured in Europe, New Zealand and the UK. They have performed at a string of festivals and had television and radio play from Europe to Japan. Being experienced entertainers, their broad repertoire ranges from traditional through to contemporary songs. Romantic, passionate and exciting, Camine are the perfect choice for any event. Their live show features exquisite vocal harmonies, multi-instrumental dexterity (fiddle, Irish whistles, mandolin and guitar) combining the flavours of Irish and Eastern European music with influences from jazz, pop and contemporary acoustic music.
Their set includes original material and also original arrangements, which put a contemporary spin on songs and tunes from The Waterboys, Michael McGoldrick, Christy Moore, Mary Black, Sinead O’Connor, Alison Krauss, Eric Bogle, Gillian Welch, The Corrs, Richard Thompson, Sandy Denny, and John Doyle (to name but a few).
Zinta and Ramona, now living in Kent, were born and raised in East Yorkshire. Being twins, they found themselves singing together from a very early age. It is their singing that, perhaps above all, marks them apart: unique harmony arrangements; intuitive dynamics and an outstanding natural talent for phrasing word and melody, be it contemporary or traditional, is what makes Ramona and Zinta's singing a rare gift. Elements of their family roots interweave effortlessly through the material, roots from Eastern Europe and Ireland. As if that wasn't enough, between them they have mastered a wide array of instruments and play outstanding whistle, fiddle, guitar and harp.
Camine have built a loyal following and a reputation for spell-binding performances, playing at prestigious venues including: The Mean Fiddler & Weavers; The Mick Jagger Centre; The Winter Gardens and Trinity Theatre… It is in live performance where Camine come into their own, with a close-knit attunement to each other and an ability to create a great rapport with their audience aided by good humour and charm, mastery and mischief. Vast experience means Camine are at ease playing for a wide range of events including: festivals; family parties or celebrity events.
Additionally, for an even more extensive line-up, Zinta and Ramona regularly perform with a range of high calibre multi-instrumentalists meaning an ideal combination can be arranged to suit your occasion.
Jig of Slurs / Bill Wards
The Gold Ring
Calliope / Kesh Jig
The History Man
Spootiskerry / High Road to Linton
Haste to the Wedding / Sixpenny Money / Morrison’s
The Maple Leaf / Green Groves of Erin / Baluga
Jug of Punch / Paddy Fahy’s / The Woman I Never Forgot
Mountain Road / Cooley’s
Maries Wedding / Horses Brawl
John Ryan’s Polka / Dennis Murphy’s
Rocky Road to Dublin / Kid on the Mountain
The Hungry Rock
Floating to Skerry / Pipe on the Hob / Lark in the Morning
The Lonesome Boatman
Kitchen Girls / Full Rigged Ships
The Rights of Man
Jacky Tar /The Peacock’s Feather / Castle Kelly
King of the Fairies / Farewell to Erin
St Anne’s Reel / the Ash plant / Silver Spear
Lilting Banshee / Killavil jig / Cliffs of Moher
Julia Delaney’s / Ships are Sailing
New Market Polkas / Ballydesmond Polka
Fisherman’s Blues - The Waterboys
Caramel - Suzanne Vega
The Littlest Bird - The Be Good Tanyas
Caledonia - Dougie MacLean
Rescue Me - Dougie MacLean
Part of the Process - Morcheeba
Bitter the Parting - John Doyle
Tell Me What You See In Me - Sandy Denny
Banks of the Nile - Sandy Denny
Too Close to the Wind - Fairport Convention (version)
Song to the Siren - Tim Buckley
Next Market Day - Trad
Caleb Meyer - Gillian Welch
Slow Shuffle Dry Shuffle - Zinta Egle
Killing the Blues - Robert Plant/Alison Krauss (version)
And for St. Patrick’s Day:
Galway Girl - Steve Earle
Black is the Colour
Fields Of Athenry
Leaving of Liverpool
Black Velvet Band
Song for Ireland
Dirty Old Town
Whisky in The Jar
Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For - U2
Runaway - The Corrs
Wild Mountain Thyme
Ride On - Christy Moore (version)