Performer list

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Sam Lee
much praised folk singer, song collector, Mercury Prize nominee and member of the Nest Collective, who previously studied at Chelsea School of Art while moonlighting as a burlesque dancer
Neil Burns
jazz guitarist, musician, composer and guitar tutor
Dutty Moonshine Big Band
Bristol-based 14-piece jazz trained big band fronted by Grime MCs playing everything from huge Garage bangers to intelligent Jazz covers
Rambunctious Social Club
billed as ‘clubbing for the creatively curious’ and the collaborative creation of visual artist and DJ Lee Hodges and fellow DJ Glyn Griffths
Mike Silver
songs of longing, love and loss from acclaimed Camelford-based singer/songwriter
Magical Mystery Four
Reading-based mop top tribute outfit hoping here for a good day, sunshine
The Dockneys
Moretonhampstead-based rock/pop covers three-piece comprising Chris Back, Andy Sexton and Martin Gibbs
Sur Ecoute
French jazz quartet featuring saxophonist Grégory Sallet, Bertrand Beruard on double bass, Kevin Lucchetti drums and pianist Matthieu Roffé whose repertoire consists almost entirely of original material
Stevie Wishart
composer exploring medieval and contemporary extremes, using voices, ancient technologies such as the hurdy-gurdy, and the emerging technologies of today
Callino Quartet
formed at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival in 1999 but now based in London, violinists Sarah Sexton and Tom Hankey, viola player Rebecca Jones and cellist Sarah McMahon share a commitment to contemporary music
Hells Bells
Bristol-based AC/DC tribute outfit active since 1996
John Elliott
stage name of charismatic Totnes frontman John Elliott whose songs fuse folk, funk and psychedelia
Duke Johnson & The Scorchers
Torquay four-piece playing rock ‘n roll covers for more than two decades
Toby Marks and Andrew Heath; photo Alexander Caminada
Mercury Award-nominated recording artist, performer, producer and record label owner Marks and soundscape artist and composer Heath together creating immersive soundscapes
Tango Sonoro
band featuring Judy Whitlock on bass and vocals, Noelle Boucherat on piano and percussion and Jonathan Stomberg on violin, and dedicated to producing the authentic sound and tango music of Buenos Aires in the 1940’s