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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
Southampton-based Dire Straits tribute outfit take the walk of life down the tunnel of love as brothers in arms making money for nothing as the sultans of swing
Samia Malik
born in Saudi Arabia to Pakistani parents, Samia writes and performs songs based on traditional Urdu Ghazal, a highly refined union of poetry with music, extending and subverting the form to explore contemporary issues around identity, race and...
That’ll Be The Day
long-running rock ‘n roll nostalgia variety show regurgitating various hit songs from the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s interspersed with some jokes that may, or may not, be that old
Louis J Walker
Exeter-based hip hop and spoken word artist and a regular on BBC Introducing in Devon whose sound is a unique mix of old-school hip hop with a modern fusion, writing powerful and motivational content, and a versatile lyricist able to adapt his flow...
self-proclaimed hi-energy covers duo incorporating rock and pop from the late 70's to the present day
Reg Meuross
Somerset-based singer/songwriter and former member of The Panic Brothers, The Flamingos and Hank Wangford’s Lost Cowboys
Gypsy Fingers
multi-instrumentalists Victoria Coghlan and Luke Oldfield claim to blend the genres of folk, pop, spoken word, classical and electronic to embed magical songs in subtle soundscapes
Laurence Cummings
an exponent of historical performance both as a conductor and harpsichord player with leading period instrument groups throughout the UK and Europe
Sierra Leonean drummer Jah-man Aggrey and guitarist Jon Lewis employ guitar, live loops and percussion to create their own their brand of bouncy “Sunshine Afro-roots”
Gruff Rhys
Haverfordwest-born guitarist, singer and songwriter with the Super Furry Animals who also combines with Boom Big in the electro-pop outfit Neon Neon
commercially successful Irish boy band who first formed in 1998 in Sligo, disbanded in 2012 and reunited in 2018, and who were originally signed by Simon Cowell in the UK, Clive Davis in the US and managed by Louis Walsh and Sonny Takhar
Nights on Broadway
jive talkin’ Irish Bee Gees tribute band stayin’ alive and featuring Tony Kelly as Barry, Dominic Feekery as Robin and Peter Simpson as Maurice
Sir Ranulph Fiennes
the Eton-educated writer, former soldier and explorer goes on a personal journey through his life, from his early years to the present day
Kev Burns
acoustic guitarist rumoured to play rock covers