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Damien O'Kane
Damien O'Kane - Cambridge Folk Festival 50th Anniversary (14644990549).jpg
Background information
Born1 September 1978
Coleraine, Northern Ireland
Occupation(s)Musician, singer
InstrumentsBanjo, guitar, tenor guitar
LabelsPure Records (Yorkshire) Ltd
Associated actsKate Rusby

Damien O'Kane (born 1 September 1978) is an Irish musician, born in Coleraine. He lives in Yorkshire with his wife, musician Kate Rusby, and their two daughters.


O'Kane graduated from Newcastle University in 2005 and has been performing ever since. He has performed with Flook and also in a duo with Shona Kipling. Damien is now pursuing his own solo career and also tours with Kate Rusby.[1] His solo work features songs from his native Northern Ireland as well as his trademark instrumentals.[2]

Personal life

Damien is married to singer/songwriter Kate Rusby; the couple have two daughters.[3]


  • Banjophony, 2018 (with Ron Block)
  • While Mortals Sleep, 2011 (with Kate Rusby)
  • Make the Light, 2010 (with Rusby)
  • Sweet Bells, 2008 (with Rusby; PRCD33)
  • Haven, 2006 (Flook)
  • Box, 2006 (Shona Kipling + O'Kane)
  • Momentum, 2005 (CrossCurrent)
  • Melodeon Crimes, 2005 (Julian Sutton instrumental album)
  • Pure Chance, 2003 (Shona Kipling + O'Kane)

Solo albums

  • Summer Hill (2010, Pure Records)
  • Areas of High Traffic (2016, Pure Records)
  • Avenging and Bright (2017, Pure Records)


  1. ^ Kate Rusby website Archived 2 April 2010 at the Wayback Machine; retrieved 7 May 2010.
  2. ^ Mike Harding Show, BBC Radio 2; retrieved 7 May 2010.
  3. ^ Damien O'Kane website; accessed 30 November 2014.

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