Ashburton-based duo Woody and Bogsey playing some ska, reggae and rock covers, along with a few originals
Brighton-based multi–instrumentalist, songwriter, composer and performer once described by ZigZag as “a modern one man band full of hope, fury and joy”
Birmingham-based female a cappella septet led by Carol Pemberton blending the melodies of Europe and the rhythms of Africa in a repertoire including spirituals, traditional African, Caribbean and English folk songs, jazz, gospel, pop and reggae
renowned traditional folkies fiddler Bain and accordion player Cunningham, known not only for their work together but also from their times as members of The Boys of the Lough and Silly Wizard respectively, combine for an exemplary evening of music...
versatile pianist with interests ranging from cutting edge new music to fascinating repertoire by forgotten composers
Hammersmith-born countertenor who studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Geoffrey Mitchell and whose concert engagements include appearances with BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, the Los Angeles and Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestras...
Pennsylvania-born Elvis tribute hoping you won’t get all shook up with a wooden heart or be lonesome tonight in the ghetto
vocalist and showman originally from Atlanta, Georgia, and resident in the UK since 1991, Hicks has both established and is often the frontman for Soul Satisfaction, providing tribute shows covering the songs of a number of soul and Motown acts,...
Glaswegian popsters originally formed in 1961 as The Gaylords for whom without a single original member life goes on boy and who once found success with the Paul McCartney penned Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Northampton-born comedian, actor, writer, musician, composer and lyricist of the musicals Matilda and Groundhog Day who was raised in Western Australia by his Australian parents
small mixed-voice Buckfastleigh-based a cappella folk choir under the direction of Sandra Smith singing contemporary arrangements covering folk, pop, indie and gospel
combo fronted by Smokey from The Big Sets on harp and vocals with Adam Peregrine on guitar, Sam Collins on bass and Pete Nichols on drums to play some Chicago blues
local trio stealing styles from anything they like and using live loops and sampling to produce their “funky, groovy, jazzy kind of pop/rock thing”, whatever that might be
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