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Michael Portillo
former Conservative cabinet minister now better known as a TV presenter, political pundit and railway enthusiast
The Cabarats
Plymouth-based quintet combining traditional Balkan and Middle Eastern sounds with some lively reggae and ska intended to get you dancing
The Undercover Hippy
is singer/songwriter Billy Rowan, whose music brings together acoustic guitar, vocals, reggae rhythms and the lyrical delivery of an experienced mc
Gemini
Plymouth-based rockers fronted by vocalists Leah Jarvis and Kerry Harper along with guitarist Paul Heape, drummer Gary Pollock and Paul Valente bass
JD King
Elvis tribute hailing from Brighton who has, over the past 15 years, built a reputation for his recreation of the King
Laurence Cummings
an exponent of historical performance both as a conductor and harpsichord player with leading period instrument groups throughout the UK and Europe
Matt Sellors
former frontman of Bristol-based combo Yes Sir Boss here as a solo with his own material
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
Hang Five
Wembury-based four-piece featuring Dave Hannam on rhythm guitar and vocals, Tom Underwood on lead, Steve Mitchell on bass and Martyn Green on Cajon, covering songs from past and present
Alice Jemima
young singer-songwriter from Newton Abbot who plays her self-composed pop songs on a 1960's Hofner guitar
The Pedigree Jazzband
six-piece led by clarinettist Chris Walker and trombonist Roger Marks playing tribute to the likes of Acker Bilk, Kenny Ball and Chris Barber
Anthony John Clarke
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
Veronika Shoot
acclaimed pianist and former Dartington Primary pupil who was spotted by Yehudi Menuhin playing the piano at the age of six
Guy Shrubsole
self-billed activist, writer, troublemaker and now Devon resident, co-founder of the Right to Roam campaign and author of Who Owns England?, and who is currently a campaigner at Friends of the Earth
Valentine String Quartet
Devon-based musicians playing everything from light classical including Mozart and Bach to modern film and TV scores along with some folk

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