singers Emily Clarke, Jennifer Greene and Raven Silvers front a five-piece band and work their way through songs first made famous by the likes of Heart, Pat Benatar, Joan Jett, Cher, Stevie Nicks, Blondie, Evanescence, Bonnie Tyler, Suzi Quatro,...
tonight’s the night this Rod Stewart tribute will try to offer you a reason to believe and leave you to wonder do ya think I’m sexy twisting the night away
Montreal-based French-Canadian five-piece Genesis tribute outfit active since 1993 who have previously been joined on stage by both Steve Hackett and Phil Collins
tribute outfit now fronted by singer Gary Laird with guitarist Ken Thompson, drummer Chris Crowhurst, Dan Conquest on keyboards and Andy Frost on bass and active in various guises since 2005
Anglo-Irish four-piece comprising flutists Brian Finnegan and Sarah Allen, guitarist Ed Boyd and bodhran player John Joe Kelly, performing traditional-style instrumental music, much of it penned by the band themselves
up to 38 boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years old, all of whom attend Exeter Cathedral School, sing in the Cathedral Choir
high-energy three-piece from Torbay playing guitar driven alternative and classic rock covers from the likes of Green Day, Motorhead and U2
Belfast-born singer-songwriter based for some time in Liverpool but now living in the Scottish borders who takes inspiration from Al Stewart, John Martyn and Joni Mitchell
jazz saxophonist Bowden is joined by Rebbeca Nash on keyboards, drummer Neil Bullock and Chris Mapp on bass to promote his CD 'Unlikely Being'
symphonic wind band encompassing all the instruments found in a military band whose repertoire encompasses every genre of music from classics through film scores, jazz, rock and pop as well as military music