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Ivo Graham
apologetic Eton and Oxford alumnus who started stand-up in 2009 at the age of eighteen and eight months later became the youngest ever winner of the prestigious 'So You Think You’re Funny' award for new acts at the Edinburgh Fringe
Kevin Grenfell
jazz combo fronted by showman, trombonist and vocalist Grenfell performing high level swing, jazz and boogie-woogie
Sam Kelly’s Station House
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...
Angela Barnes
Sidcup-born observational stand-up and former University of Sussex student who was winner of the BBC New Comedy Award in 2011
Albert Lee
double Grammy award-winning guitarist who began his career during the emerging rock 'n' roll scene of sixties London, having his first taste of commercial success playing with Chris Farlowe and The Thunderbirds
Nina Conti
Hampstead-born comedian, actress and ventriloquist, often to be found onstage performing with her Monkey
Albert Jones
bearded Shropshire born singer-songwriter now resident in Cornwall who claims to have been influenced by the likes of Ryan Adams
Boal Weevils
duo of Stuart 'Marshcat' Cumberpatch and Andy Boal singing authentic acoustic blues from the 1920s and 1930s played on original instruments of the period
Elkie Brooks
fool if you think it over for the onetime member of Vinegar Joe along with Robert Palmer, given there’s sunshine after the rain to break the chain for as long as Pearl’s a singer
Richard Digance
folk singer and comedian who enjoyed considerable success and seemingly endless TV appearances in the penultimate decades of the last century
Just Steve
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
Claire Furley
classically-trained vocalist from Wickford, Essex
Nine Pound Catfish
trio led by Ian Gardner playing footstompin’ good-time ragtime blues and old country music
Paul Weller
the Woking-born modfather and one-time Jam and Style Council frontman
Duke Johnson & The Scorchers
Torquay four-piece playing rock ‘n roll covers for more than two decades