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Mike Wilson & Damien Barber
Nominated for the BBC best duo award in 2010 Damien and Mike are two fine exponents of traditional song who also throw in some excellent modern material too, accompanied on guitar and concertina
Rob Hopkins
the co-founder of Transition Town Totnes and Transition Network, and the author of The Power of Just Doing Stuff, The Transition Handbook, and The Transition Companion
Electric Swing Circus
six-piece fusion of classy 20's swing and stomping electro beats who hotfoot their way through everything from rock to electronica, jazz to house, and big beat to dubstep, and all with their own unique style of swing
Little Mix
girl group X-Factor graduates Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall still active more than eight years later
The Bluejays
vintage rock ’n roll four-piece work their way through the songs of Elvis Presley, Eddie Cochran, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, The Everly Brothers, Gene Vincent, Little Richard, Ritchie Valens, Dion and others
Paddy's Whiskers
Paignton-based trio and occasional four-piece boasting banjos, fiddles, mandolins, border bagpipes, percussion and harmonica, and promising footstomping Irish, Celtic and American music
Awalé
a cross-cultural collaboration, fronted by Biram Seck, bringing together Afro-latin, funk and soul elements with a Senegalese twist
Ben Holder
jazz violinist, pianist and singer known for both his interpretations of the Great American Songbook and his own compositions
Michael King
not to be confused with Lee ‘Memphis’ King, who is also yet another Elvis tribute act
Bill Bailey
popular stand-up, musician, actor, TV and radio presenter and author, regularly gracing the panels of such TV shows as Buzzcocks and QI
Julian Siegel Quartet
the tenor and soprano saxophonist and bass clarinettist is joined by pianist Liam Noble, drummer Gene Calderazzo and Oli Hayhurst on double bass to offer up some tightly wound post-bop, pensive improv and more
Jason Donovan
Australian, one time Neighbour and Kylie’s boyfriend who also found pop fame thanks to Stock, Aitken & Waterman
Rule The World
trio who like to think of themselves as “the ultimate Take That tribute band” but will everything change so that you never forget and want them back for good?
Whinwhistle Hill
trio of pianist Phil Hogg and Louis Bingham cittern blending their rich vocals and resonant instrumentation with the sympathetic strings of fiddler and nyckelharpa player Griselda Sanderson
Gemini
Plymouth-based rockers fronted by vocalists Leah Jarvis and Kerry Harper along with guitarist Paul Heape, drummer Gary Pollock and Paul Valente bass

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