Belfast-born singer-songwriter based for some time in Liverpool but now living in the Scottish borders who takes inspiration from Al Stewart, John Martyn and Joni Mitchell
eight-member Bristol-based dub reggae combo bringing an electronic flavour to the mix, with dub effects, sirens and live analog synthesiser
Ivybridge three-piece covering some classic Blues/Rock/Pop songs with the occasional reggae number thrown in
Torquay-born guitarist and one-time Wishbone Ash main man here with his current line-up
when the going gets tough, Caribbean Queen, and if love really hurts without you, get outta my dreams, get into my car, and take a trip back to the 1980s
Torquay-based violinist who has held permanent posts with the Freiburg Opera, Augsburg Symphony Orchestras and the Royal Northern Sinfonia, and was deputy leader of both the Augsburg and the Northern Sinfonia
renowned traditional folkies fiddler Bain and accordion player Cunningham, known not only for their work together but also from their times as members of The Boys of the Lough and Silly Wizard respectively, combine for an exemplary evening of music...
the saxophonist is joined by Maciek Pysz on electric and classical guitars, Yuri Goloubev on double bass and Adam Teixeira on drums and percussion
up to 38 boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years old, all of whom attend Exeter Cathedral School, sing in the Cathedral Choir
a native of Rochester, New York, now resident in Hillsborough, North Carolina, who possesses what Mojo magazine calls “one of those voices you want to crawl up close to the speakers to listen to”
Bristol-based duo of Bronte Shande and Rosina Buck who are said to blend catchy hooks, infectious melodies and dreamy harmonies
mini big band bringing the sounds of the Swing Era back to life playing classic tunes from the likes of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and Glenn Miller
Dick Miles has been singing and playing music since he was 13. His special love and interest is traditional music and the concertina. Having lived in Suffolk and East Anglia, he is now a resident of County Cork, and incorporates influences from each...
the now-shortened version of the pseudonym 'Talitha Rise' previously adopted by singer and songwriter Jo Beth Young "whose relentlessly authentic songs and mesmeric voice", we are told, "cut deep into the fabric of human...
the former lead singer and bassist of the 1970s pop-rock music group The Osmonds and its 1980s country music spinoff The Osmond Brothers, who still performs, both with his brothers and as a solo act