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Jools Holland
TV host, bandleader and former Squeeze keyboard player, now leading his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra
Phil and Mahrey Berthoud
South Devon duo of Phil and Mahrey performing reels, jigs and ballads on fiddles, guitars, vocals and bodhran
May day dawn in Totnes Castle
The world famous Dartington Morris Men, a Cotswold Morris dance side performing every week from May to September and at selected times in the colder months
Lost Revellers
folk-fusion four-piece playing some original compositions as well as creative arrangements of world folk and jazz tunes, drawing on Gypsy jazz, tango, Celtic and Eastern-European folk music as well as the classical repertoire
Panache
Kingsbridge-based ladies close harmony a cappella chorus with a wide-ranging repertoire
Emma-Marie Kabanova
Danish-British baroque violinist and composer who regularly performs in Russia and Europe and whose music has been performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and artists of the Bolshoi Theatre
Dan McKinnon
folksinger, songwriter, storyteller, historian and solo guitarist from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, who in the words of The Living Tradition's David Kidman is “blessed with a gorgeous baritone voice, and an exceptional command of phrasing, light and shade”
Abba Mania
tribute show here hoping the winner really will take it all
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
The Penguins
local four-piece together since 2006 offering a changing selection of well-known rock and blues covers together with a few originals
Rod's Faces
tribute outfit now fronted by singer Gary Laird with guitarist Ken Thompson, drummer Chris Crowhurst, Dan Conquest on keyboards and Andy Frost on bass and active in various guises since 2005
In Echo
ensemble specialising in renaissance and baroque music and new music for old instruments, led by cornettist Gawain Glenton with Emily White playing vioin and trombone, Richard Boothby viols, violinist Bojan Cicic and Silas Wollston on organ and harpsichord
Mark Watson
angst-ridden, hunched, fidgety and squeaky of voice stand-up prone to telling stories of alcoholism, social inadequacy and other neuroses
Edward Tresloggett
previously one half of Plymouth-based acoustic duo The Dappers here plays covers of the likes of Robert Johnson, Bob Marley and the Beatles along with some original material
Liza Pulman
comedienne, cabaret singer and one-third of Fascinating Aida, here sings Streisand

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