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The Darkside of Pink Floyd
do you wish you were here listening to a seven-piece Floyd tribute band or would you rather remain on the dark side of the moon?
Tango Sonoro
band featuring Judy Whitlock on bass and vocals, Noelle Boucherat on piano and percussion and Jonathan Stomberg on violin, and dedicated to producing the authentic sound and tango music of Buenos Aires in the 1940’s
Eliza Acty
former lead vocalist and guitarist with Appaloosas, the Devon-based singer and musician performs a wide range of folk, blues, American old-time and contemporary songs spanning over a century of music
fab four tribute outfit want to hold your hand from love me do to let it be
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
Stereo MC's
British hip hop/electronic dance group formed by DJ Nick Hallam and singer Rob Birch in Clapham in 1985, who have since been joined by Ian Rossiter, Aina Roxx and Catherine Coffey
Something About Mary
Ashburton outfit featuring one time member of Medicine Hat and Cat in the Hat Mary Caffrey on bass, Ian Wycherley on vocals and guitar, drummer James Carr and saxophonist Tony Harley, together offering up some JJ Cale influenced bluesy RnB with a pinch of rock ‘n roll, reggae and a little bit of country
Joe Hill's North Ark
a septet made up of some of London's top young jazz musicians, with trumpeter James Davison, Tom Smith alto sax, Alex Hitchcock tenor sax, trombonist Rory Ingham, Joe Hill on piano, Will Sach bass and drummer Boz Martin-Jones
Audius Maximus
four-piece rock covers band playing AC/DC, Muse, Queen, Journey, Foreigner, etc
Plymouth-based four-piece playing classic and contemporary rock and punk covers from the late 60’s through to the present day
Dew Barf
Liskeard guitarist Andy Boddington from duo 2Tonic is joined by another bearded gentleman to play some classic rock covers and instrumental originals
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
Alexander McCall Smith
author perhaps best known for his novel ‘The Number One Ladies’ Detective Agency’
New Orleans Heat
seven-piece band led by pianist Barry Grummett playing the old style New Orleans jazz, be it a stomp, blues, hymn, spiritual or pop song of those days
Emily Bacon
vocalist whose repertoire includes well known jazz standards, blues and spirituals here with her band playing the solid beat of the dance halls of New Orleans