Eastern Europe comes to the Hudson Valley.

Hello! I am so happy I found your incredible music from a recommendation of a friend. Your passion shows through so wonderfully in this music and I hope to see you play live when we can do so :)

Julia B.

"Thanks for the great music and good time"!

Robin and Peekskill Museum

"Thanks so much for playing. You guys were awesome and we hope to have you back soon".

Hoot Owl Restaurant


All of us have survived Covid, so far, as has Madarka.  Karl has left, Meghan rejoined.   2022 was a very slow winter, a fun summer with various performances in different configurations, and we are ending the season with a big Jewish wedding!  Some highlights were our annual performance at the beautiful Rail Trail Cafe, the Rosendale Street Fair, Music on Market, the Jewish Cultural Festival in Newburgh.   We have a wedding to play and we'll have to see what comes our way after that.

And I think we finally have learned how to set up our sound system : )

We are still here!

Safely socially distanced. I hope everyone has managed to stay safe and sane this past very difficult year.  Our last performance before the pandemic was an indoor 90th birthday party for a holocaust survivor just a few weeks before the first cases were reported in New Rochelle, quite close to the venue.

In the warmer weather we have been getting together on Dushka's porch.  Right now, everyone is hibernating : )  I've been working on updating our website and learning how to play live remote music over the internet.

We hope to be back playing out in the world soon! 

2019 Updates

The Gardner Brewery and part of Music on Market in Ellenville were our first ice breaking gigs. Other fun times were at the Peekskill Museum, the intersection of Klezmer, Alice in Wonderland and a Victorian Tea Party.

Then on to competing in the "who is the hottest band completions (Celsius) in mid afternoon on the hottest day of the summer. The Rosendale Street Festival was, as usual awesome. And not only were there no medical emergencies, but folks were dancing in the sun!.. (Check out the Bubamara video on this page)

Dushka Ramic

was born in former Yugoslavia and migrated to US in 1991, just before the war in Bosnia broke out.


She got her education, including musical in Bosnia and Croatia, but her love for traditional and Gypsy music was always there since she was a little girl.

Dushka is an entrepreneur, a pianist, singer, song writer, actress, mother of three, world traveller and her real passion is music.