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When Camille Te Nahu arrived in Australia in 1999 her vocal talents were immediately recognised by Kasey Chambers and Beccy Cole who employed her as their backing singer both on the road and in the studio. Over the years, Camille and Stuie released their own albums – and their paths would often cross as they both toured with Australian country stars (Troy Cassar Daly and Gina Jeffreys). But it wasn’t until 2002 when their stars aligned and they fell in love.
In 2014 Tommy Emmanuel invited Camille and Stuie to perform as guests at the annual CAAS (Chet Atkins Appreciation Society) Festival in Nashville. They had three well received shows, and then were invited to sing with The Time Jumpers and a duet with Vince Gill during their weekly set at the 3rd and Lindsley. That year, Camille and Stuie also won the Frank Ifield International Spur Award.
At the 2013 Tamworth Golden Guitar Awards, Camille and Stuie won their first Golden Guitar Award together for “Best Alternative Country Album of the Year”. This is their fourth, and finest album together, Big Days & Little Years. In March 2014 they were awarded the Frank Ifield International Spur Award.
Camille and Stuie have also had two of their songs (Gone for all money and Pretty Katalina) featured on the hugely popular, new Channel 7 drama “A Place to Call Home”. Camille also featured on New Zealand television with a full episode of her musical life on “Unsung Heroes of Maori Music”.