acclaimed pianist known for his interpretations of the works of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Brahms and Liszt
Teignmouth-based vocalist available to book for all parties and events specialising in jazz/blues, pop and an authentic 'Adele' tribute
comedian and actor best known for her appearances on Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Taskmaster, Hypothetical, Ultimate Worrier, The Jonathan Ross Show and 8 Out Of 10 Cats
the frontman of the Plymouth four-piece C Force and a member of covers outfit The Wireless here as a solo
distinctive and long-standing comedian living in Lewdown on the border between Devon and Cornwall here to regale you with tales from his wide-ranging repertoire
the former member of the Special Boat Service, now best known as the Chief Instructor for Channel 4’s hit show 'SAS: Who Dares Wins’, here attempts to recreate and demonstrate the mental strength it took behind the scenes to complete both his...
South Devon twins Laura and Charlotte play Bluegrass and folk on guitar, mandolin, fiddle, dobro, and clawhammer banjo
acclaimed Plymouth-based blues guitarist who has been been refining his skills on bottleneck guitar, baritone 12 string, banjo, double bass, mandolin and fingerstyle guitar for many years
singer who over the years has fronted such outfits at Streetband, Q-Tips and, more recently, Los Pacaminos and who, as a solo back in the 1980s, scored monster hits with such songs as Wherever I Lay My Hat, Come Back & Stay and Every Time You Go...
Bideford-based six-piece rumoured to be going their own way to tango in the night as a Fleetwood Mac tribute act
born Thomas John Woodward in Pontypridd, South Wales, in 1940, the singer first found fame during the mid-1960s scoring hits with songs such as ‘It’s Not Unusual’ and ‘Delilah’ before going on to enjoy considerable success in the United States and...
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