Performer list

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University of Plymouth Choral Society
open to anyone who has an enthusiasm for singing, members include students, staff and members of the community under the musical direction of Alice Dennis
Shirt Tale Stompers
South London-based vintage band playing Harlem Swing and the Hot Jazz of the 1920s, 30s and 40s and featuring music from composers such as Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman and Count Basie
Plymouth-based four-piece covering rock from all ages
A4BQ Brass Quartet
brass quartet comprising principal players from some of the UK’s top brass bands, including Black Dyke, Brighouse & Rastrick and Foden’s, who blend a cornet, tenor horn, baritone and euphonium to create their exclusive sound
Bilal Zafar
stand-up, writer and actor who has appeared on BBC3, Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Asian Network and has written for The Independent and the Guardian
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
the only UK symphony orchestra not based in a major city, now under the musical direction of chief conductor Kirill Karabits
self-proclaimed hi-energy covers duo incorporating rock and pop from the late 70's to the present day
Fleetwood Bac
another Fleetwood Mac tribute band, should you like that kind of thing, who rumour suggests might be quite good
Schofield - The funky bass/guitar duo perform their original songs and covers playing classic Disco and Funk from the 70’s to modern day
The Specials
seminal Coventry 2 Tone and ska revival band who had considerable chart success in the late 70s and early 80s, but now without both one-time main man Jerry Dammers and the likes of Neville Staple
Matt Price
Cornish-born, Cardiff-based stand-up storyteller who has worked in a fish factory and trained as a boxer, so hecklers beware!
Richard Digance
folk singer and comedian who enjoyed considerable success and seemingly endless TV appearances in the penultimate decades of the last century
Glasgow-based psychedelic folk trio comprising of guitarist and violinist Sam Grassie, Iona Zajac vocals and Clarsach, and Herbie Loening double bass and guitar, who take their name from Bert Jansch’s eponymous 1979 album and whose music explores the boundaries between trad folk and world blues
Geoff Lakeman
one-time journalist with the Daily Mirror, acclaimed duet concertina player, singer, husband of Joy, and father of Seth, Sean and Sam
Southern Comfort
guitarist Jim Low combines with Kathie Johnston on bass, with the duo sometimes being joined by Marc on violin, to perform an eclectic mix of acoustic covers of the likes of Clapton, The Eagles and The Kinks