British dub ensemble active now for more than 30 years, albeit with a few major personnel changes along the way
Totnes-based ensemble of Mary Eade, Vicky Evans and Margaret Lynn who have been making music together as the Divertimento Trio for nearly a decade
Bristol-based blues punk four-piece fronted by vocalist Georgi Valentine supposedly influenced by the likes of Wolfmother, Mastadon, Moriarty and System of a Down
approved of by Mick Fleetwood, no doubt for their help in keeping the royalties flowing, the Liverpool-based tribute band work their way through half a century of the Mac's back catalogue
pianist, composer, artist and founder of St Ives Jazz Club Freeman is joined by saxophonist Rob Townsend, bass player Marcus Vergette and drummer Andrea Trilloto play a programme of their own distinctive take on some classic jazz material, along...
Los Angeles-based, Grammy nominated blues singer and songwriter who began playing clubs in Hollywood at the age of 15 and who has worked with the likes of Jeff Beck, Joe Bonamassa and Slash
Plymouth-based rockers fronted by vocalists Leah Jarvis and Kerry Harper along with guitarist Paul Heape, drummer Gary Pollock and Paul Valente bass
acclaimed Scottish singer, songwriter and guitarist, here as a solo, but sometimes to be seen with amongst others Ian Walker
Cornish indie folk band currently exploring the mysterious world of Cornish tales and superstitions, both ancient and modern
Calstock-based bluegrass fourpiece duel banjos to such old-time favourites such as Man of Constant Sorrow
Dick Miles has been singing and playing music since he was 13. His special love and interest is traditional music and the concertina. Having lived in Suffolk and East Anglia, he is now a resident of County Cork, and incorporates influences from each...
British violinist, singer and composer who endeavours to combine violin techniques from his folk and classical background in order to create his own way of playing jazz violin