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Cup O’Joe
Armagh bluegrass trio of brothers Rueben and Benjamin Agnew and their sister Tabitha with an added mix of folk, jazz, gypsy, old time and Swing, and who were finalists in the BBC Radio 2 Young Folk Awards 2015
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Jamaican dub music pioneer who has worked with and produced the likes of Bob Marley and the Wailers, Junior Murvin, the Congos, Max Romeo, Adrian Sherwood, the Beastie Boys, Ari Up and The Clash
The Mo Joe's
Ivybridge three-piece covering some classic Blues/Rock/Pop songs with the occasional reggae number thrown in
Black Voices
Birmingham-based female a cappella septet led by Carol Pemberton blending the melodies of Europe and the rhythms of Africa in a repertoire including spirituals, traditional African, Caribbean and English folk songs, jazz, gospel, pop and reggae
Sarah Evans J'Adele
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Fairport Convention
formed in 1967 this seminal folk-rock band has seen many changes of personnel but remains as relevant as ever
Tom Toomey
the Yeovil-based lead guitarist with the Zombies who has also worked with Don McLean, Jon Anderson, Sir Cliff Richard, Leo Sayer, Paul Young, Gene Pitney, Marc Almond and quite a few others
Dr Martin Shaw
storyteller, author, wilderness rites-of-passage guide and founder of the West Country School of Myth
The New Jersey Boys
Birmingham-based covers outfit here doing their take on the songs of Franki Valli and the Four Seasons, but who are also to be found appearing as the likes of Showaddywaddy and Sister Act in theatres, holiday parks, hotels, or on cruises and in clubs across the UK
Fly Yeti Fly
acoustic duo Darren Fisher and Lorna Somerville say they “try to combine an earthy yet ethereal theme to our songwriting, layered with harmonic sincerity”, whatever that might mean!
Megan Henwood
distinguished English singer-songwriter who has lived in Oxford since 2010 and whose influences are said to include Anais Mitchell, Bill Withers, Laura Marling and Bob Dylan
The 5 ’n’ Dimes
fronted by John ‘Paddy’ Morrissey and formerly performing as The Jam Band, the current incarnation proclaim themselves to be a “blues band who like to rock”
Jools Holland
TV host, bandleader and former Squeeze keyboard player, now leading his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
Sir Joshua Reynolds Choir
Plympton-based choir founded in 1989 and now more than a quarter of a century later comprising around 50 members led by Jenny George with accompanist Anne Kalas
John Shillito
the veteran Devon-based trumpeter and bandleader