classical pianist who, since winning the Silver Medal at the 1982 7th International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow has built a world-wide career, encompassing a huge repertoire and over forty years’ experience as a pianist, as well as continually...
Scottish poet known for his poetry slam performances, stand-up comedian, armchair revolutionary and recumbent rocker, who is supposedly the sole resident of The Graceland Caravan Park, somewhere in the middle of nowhere, where he scribbles verse...
South Devon ceilidh band with a strong Irish flavour comprising caller Anne Gill, Steve Gill on melodeons, fiddler Sophia Colkin, Nick Scott on uillean pipes and Bodhran and Andy Clarke, guitar and bouzouki
traditional Irish music with a little bit of rock ‘n roll sometimes thrown in by the guitarist and vocalist who also plays wit both Shamrock and Rockit
stand-up and former estate agent who won English Comedian of the Year in 2018, got to the live finals of Britain’s Got Talent, and who has had sell out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe as well as having performed in over 100 countries
talented Californian singer, songwriter and peace protester largely resident in England since 1964 and perhaps still best known for her eponymous TV shows and appearances on the Frost Report, who sadly died on 22 March 2020 at the age of 81
Bristol-based acoustic folk-punk duo of Jamie and Sophie Gould singing stories about social change, spiritual adventures and close friends lost and found
quartet comprising singer Tali Atzmon, Gilad Atzmon on accordion, Yaron Stavi double bass and Jenny Bliss viola-da-gamba, blending folk, early music, jazz, tango and free improvisation
a mixed choir of 35 singers, based in the village of St Neot, but with members drawn from both Devon and Cornwall
the Totnes-based combo comprises Misuzu Matsumoto on drums, harp and vocals, Lee Friese-Greene guitar and vocals, Sarah Kiaer bass guitar, and on keyboards and fiddle John Caley
Australian blues-roots guitarist and songwriter who began his apprenticeship with legendary Australian bluesman 'Dutch' Tilders, establishing himself as a fine lead guitarist before striking out with his own
Teignmouth Abba tribute duo of Rhiannon and Amelinde who have been performing regularly around the Costa del Sol for the past three years