like a bridge over troubled waters, school friends Dan Haynes and Pete Richards have been performing as a Simon & Garfunkel tribute act for more than a decade
comedian, author, playwright, actor and director who was a part of London's alternative comedy movement of the 1980s, pointing many of his political barbs at "Thatch", or Mrs thatcher as she was better known, who became a writer on...
Bristol-based folk singer, multi-instrumentalist, dance musician and theatre composer, deeply rooted in the English tradition
exemplary guitarist, acclaimed songwriter and composer of the best original song at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards
slide-guitarist and harmonica player often to be seen performing as a duo with Hannah Martin in Edgelarks whose harmonica style combines country blues and folk styles with beat-boxing
Dartford-born singer, songwriter and guitarist who first came to prominence with the indie rock group Easyworld and has since toured the world, opening for such artists as KT Tunstall, Gomez, Elvis Costello, Ingrid Michaelson and Ray LaMontagne
outstanding Anglo/American quartet led by award winning trumpet player Chris Hodgkins with guitarist Wayne Wilkinson, South Korean pianist Jinjoo Yoo from New York and Alison Rayner on bass to take a fresh look at music ranging from lesser known...
Devon-based string quartet claiming to bridge the gap between classical music and pop with their “exciting and innovative arrangements” and who, in 2015, played for Peter Andre at his wedding
High Wycombe-based singer/songwriter to be found regularly performing, as here, as a Pink tribute act
are violinist Hazel Brooks and harpsichordist David Pollock, prize-winning early-music specialists, passionate about the music of the baroque era.
ageing turn-of-the-century boy-band featuring Ritchie Neville, Sean Conlon and Scott Robinson who disbanded in 2001 only to reform again in 2013
stage name of charismatic Totnes frontman John Elliott whose songs fuse folk, funk and psychedelia