Performer list

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Land Of The Giants
indie/funk/rock six-piece from Plymouth fronted by Andy Quick who blend many a music style designed to get you dancing
Fraser Weekes
originally a guitarist with the soul band Clockwork Orange, Weekes then spent six years in residency with the Mike Lee Quintet at the Marine Hotel in Salcombe before studying under legendary guitarist Barney Kessel, now here with his own quartet...
The Overtones
vocal harmony group discovered by a Warner Bros. Records' talent scout when working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street while singing during their tea break
Mike Silver
songs of longing, love and loss from acclaimed Camelford-based singer/songwriter
Gruff Rhys
Haverfordwest-born guitarist, singer and songwriter with the Super Furry Animals who also combines with Boom Big in the electro-pop outfit Neon Neon
Cathryn Craig & Brian Willoughby
Brian Willoughby, guitarist and one-time member of The Strawbs, combines with his wife Cathryn Craig, who has also sung with Nanci Griffith, to perform their own brand of acoustic guitar-base material
five member London-based medieval/folk ensemble directed by singer Belinda Sykes
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
first set their controls for the heart of the sun back in Adelaide in 1988 but still continuing to put yet another brick in the wall
Kirsty Merryn
piano-based singer and songwriter said to be heavily anchored in the folk tradition with jazz and classical backwaters whose influences range from Cara Dillon to Joni Mitchell and Kate Bush
Mireille & Mathieu
Belgian puppeteers making use not of traditional puppets but flea-market objects and toys
The Rubettes
pop band originally put together by John Richardson after ‘Sugar Baby Love’, a song recorded by some session musicians assembled for the purpose, charted and which now tours in two guises, one led by Bill Hurd, the other by Alan Williams
John Otway & Wild Willie Barrett
duo still best known for their 1977 hit (Cor Baby, That's) Really Free and still entertaining audiences with their mix of music, madcap mayhem and scintillating stunts
Liza Pulman
comedienne, cabaret singer and one-third of Fascinating Aida, here sings Streisand
Becky Brine
swing-jazz singer performs jazz standards and swing classics from artists such as Peggy Lee, Dinah Washington and Frank Sinatra and who can also be seen performing with The Hot Club of Stonehouse and The Primitive Noise Band
Darren Styles
born Darren James Mew, the record producer, DJ, singer and songwriter from Colchester was originally a member of the breakbeat hardcore group DJ Force & The Evolution before finding success as one half of Force & Styles