genuinely funny deadpan English stand-up, presenter and writer, and the current host of Radio 4’s ‘I’m Sorry, I Haven’t a Clue’
originating from London’s Station Tavern in the early nineties, Station House was formed from the concept of an all-black blues band, mixing instinctive funk/soul rhythms with the diversity of the blues in which founder members Sam Kelly, TJ Johnson...
stand-up, writer and actor who has appeared on BBC3, Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Asian Network and has written for The Independent and the Guardian
pairing of Gigspanner and former Steeleye Span fiddle player Peter Knight and ex-Bellowhead melodeon player John Spiers
Salisbury-based songwriter and performer on both guitar and keyboards with a Masters in Human Rights and ten years’ experience of touring both the United Kingdom and Europe
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,...
jazz quintet founded by the Swiss double-bass player and composer Luca Sisera that comfortably performs a balancing act between the avant-garde and an awareness of the classical jazz tradition
Texas-based pop punk outfit now a little older and fatter but still performing some very catchy songs
bearded Shropshire born singer-songwriter now resident in Cornwall who claims to have been influenced by the likes of Ryan Adams
self-proclaimed freelance poet, historian and broadcaster, specialising in work on the theme of ‘nature’ in its widest sense, and ‘place’ in its deepest
Elvis tribute hailing from Brighton who has, over the past 15 years, built a reputation for his recreation of the King
duo of violinist Adam Summerhayes and accordionist Murray Grainger mix improvisation alongside their take on traditional folk tunes, particularly from the North-East, and their own original material
Calstock-based bluegrass fourpiece duel banjos to such old-time favourites such as Man of Constant Sorrow
organist, harpsichordist, pianist, composer and conductor Andrew Daldorph directs the 30+ members whose repertoire includes works with orchestra, new commissions and masterpieces from the Renaissance to the present day