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Katie Melua
Brit School graduate who was the closest thing to crazy before pedalling nine million bicycles in to our homes
The Neil Maya Quartet
the saxophonist strives to find different ways to deliver jazz, often rooted in the cool jazz sounds of the 50’s and 60’s although sometimes straying in to the likes of funk, samba, African and folk rock, with the help here of Nick Carter on drums,...
Deirdre Dee
Sidmouth-based life coach and public speaker who also runs workshops for small groups who want to explore retirement options in a supportive environment with similar minded people
Everything Changes
another Robbie Williams and Take That tribute outfit featuring vocalists Tom McLeod, Dean Betton, Benjamin Bellushi and Jordan Walker Smith along with some dancers and a live band
Hilary Summers
Welsh-born contralto regularly performing with many of Europe’s leading early instrument orchestras who has made a name for herself as an interpreter of the Baroque repertoire
Nick Parker
Glastonbury-based singer-songwriter whose songs are often tongue-in-cheek and cheerful, with singalong choruses, who is sometimes to be found playing mandolin in Bristol-based Gaz Brookfield’s Company of Thieves
Doug Allan
Scottish-born freelance wildlife and documentary cameraman now resident in Bristol specialising in wildlife and human documentaries, particularly in cold and remote locations and both topside and underwater
Seth Lakeman
Dartmoor singer, songwriter, fiddler and sometime guitarist of no little talent and popularity
Nick Harper
London-born and Wiltshire raised singer-songwriter, guitarist, son of Roy Harper, one-time member of Squeeze, and described by Maverick magazine in 2007 as “the closest thing we’ve got to Lewis Carroll”
Lady Maisery
English folk harmony trio comprising Hannah James, Rowan Rheingans and Hazel Askew performing traditional songs and their own compositions
Dave Hankin Big Band
thought by some to be the leading jazz big band in the South-West and led by Glaswegian-born trombonist Hankin, a professional musician since 1983 playing alongside the likes of Matt Munro, Jack Parnell and Kenny Baker
Heg & The Wolf Chorus
Bristol-based theatrical folkies fronted by singer, songwriter and keyboard player Heg Brignall, together with violinist Vince Martin, Joseph Kelly on double bass and July Irvine on flute and vocals
Devon duo promising filthy dirty blues and claiming to be influenced by anything from delta blues, swing, punk, metal, hip-hop, indie and garage rock
Ed Jones
Jazz saxophonist and composer who has been based in London for over 25 years and who during that time has appeared with his eponymous quartet, Killer Shrimp and Bad Ash amongst many others
Brit Floyd tribute band
tribute band searching for a saucerful of secrets and trying to place another brick in the wall beneath the dark side of the moon