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Traindeville: a fascinating journey through traditions, languages and rhythms from different countries. From Balkans gypsy dances to melancholic Jewish tunes, from Argentine Tangos to Cuban Boleros, with a touch of Roman dialect and an eye on American songwriters and also original songs composed by the duo, you will travel on this unique “musical train” and enjoy every minute of it.

Paolo Camerini (double bass, acoustic bass) and Ludovica Valori (vocals and accordion) have travelled through India many times. They have spent the first months of 2014 working with the NGO Tara Trust India with a music project in schools and orphanages in Benaulim, Santa Cruz, Verna and Colva (Goa). They also performed at various venues such as Baywatch Resort Live Lounge, Arpora’s Saturday Night Market, Bamboo House, Malibu Beach Bar, Hawaii Beach Bar.
While in Italy, they are very active in social projects and often play in theaters, private shows, clubs and street art festivals.

They published a first demo, "Canzoni da Viaggio" (Travel songs) and their first album "Shadows and Lights" (2015) is the next step of their musical journey: a series of original songs in English, Spanish, Italian and Roman dialect, composed during their journeys.

In March 2016 the band performs in New York at various venues (The Shrine, Silvana, harlem Nights) and at a meeting in Queens College. During the summer season they played various gigs all around Italy.
Their new single "la mia strada" will be released shortly, along with the new videoclip, while their second album is being recorded and mixed in Rome.

Their second album, "Caffè Fortuna" (2017) is a homage to the migrants - the title track has been inspired by a little cafè in the mining town of Esch-Sur-Alzette, during a mini tour in Luxembourg. It contains original songs in Italian and English, plus a traditional Italian song, "Maremma Amara" and a classic tune from the Balkans, "Ajde Jano".

A new single appeared on september 8th, 2019: "Il Cavaliere delle Nuvole", based on the true story of the renowned tv meteorologist Andrea Baroni, who was made prisoner by the Germans soon after the armistice in Italy and managed to escape from a military camp in Germany. The lyrics come from a poem by the Italian journalist Annalisa Venditti and the cover art is by the cartoonist Fabio Magnasciutti.