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Valentine String Quartet
Devon-based musicians playing everything from light classical including Mozart and Bach to modern film and TV scores along with some folk
Hannah White
described by Country People Magazine as 'the Amy Winehouse of UK Americana' Hannah White is a singer-songwriter whose voice, Acoustic Magazine claimed, 'you will want to protect and become besotted with'
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
Midge Ure
Scottish-born former Ultravox guitarist and frontman who as well as performing with such bands as Slik, Thin Lizzy, Rich Kids and Visage also co-wrote and produced the Band Aid single ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas’
Rachel Trethewey
Devon-born journalist, author, regular book reviewer for The Independent and a chair person at Ways With Words Literary Festival
Sarah Evans J'Adele
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Jelly Jazz
are founder and resident DJ Pete Isaac with “The Funkiest club south of the North Pole!”, offering a diet of soul, funk, latin, hip hop and break-beat, and all with a jazz twist
Duo Dorado
are violinist Hazel Brooks and harpsichordist David Pollock, prize-winning early-music specialists, passionate about the music of the baroque era.
The New Jersey Boys
Birmingham-based covers outfit here doing their take on the songs of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, but who are also to be found appearing as the likes of Showaddywaddy and Sister Act in theatres, holiday parks, hotels, or on cruises and in...
Phil Walker
Yorkshire-born guitarist covers the likes of Eddie Cochran, Hank Marvin, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Slash, Joe Satriani and others
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Jamaican dub music pioneer who has worked with and produced the likes of Bob Marley and the Wailers, Junior Murvin, the Congos, Max Romeo, Adrian Sherwood, the Beastie Boys, Ari Up and The Clash
Steve Marshall
English singer, songwriter, composer, performer, engineer and producer associated with jazz, reggae, soul, RnB, Afro-fusion, rock and electronic music
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?
Griff Rhys Jones
Cardiff-born but Brentwood-educated comedian, presenter and actor who graduated from Cambridge University before becoming member of the cast of Not The Nine O’Clock News alongside Rowan Atkinson, Pamela Stephenson and Mel Smith
high-energy rock covers three-piece from Exeter