former Conservative cabinet minister now better known as a TV presenter, political pundit and railway enthusiast
trio who like to think of themselves as “the ultimate Take That tribute band” but will everything change so that you never forget and want them back for good?
sister band of the Hot House Four, performing as either a three-, four- or five-piece, and playing the swingier/jazzier sounds of the '30s and '40s
widely-praised and “melodically blessed” young roots singer/songwriter from Canterbury given the 2016 FATEA Award for 'Male Artist of the Year' and who has been compared by some to Richard Thompson
trio of Matthew Alpin, piano, drummer Steve Hanley and Tom Riviere on double bass whose central philosophy is that all music is related, outgrowths from the same seed, where passages of explorative beauty and space sit alongside energetic bursts of...
ring ring I have a dream the super trouper will be a dancing queen and the name of the game Fernando, knowing me knowing you, is money money money
Dick Miles has been singing and playing music since he was 13. His special love and interest is traditional music and the concertina. Having lived in Suffolk and East Anglia, he is now a resident of County Cork, and incorporates influences from each...
Blues Brothers tribute outfit fronted by former Bradford schoolboy Chris Hindle performing as Jake Blues with fellow vocalist Gareth Davey as Elwood with the duo backed by a nine-piece band
spinners of destiny Jo Freya, Melanie Biggs and and Sarah Matthews promise to take you on a roller-coaster ride through some traditional tunes, some haunting and buoyant compositions, and songs to pluck at your heartstrings
Hull-based instrumental duo of Sam Pirt and Gary Hammond mixing global rhythms with folk tunes from Quebec to Spain, Scandinavia to Sussex and everywhere in between
Exeter-based four-piece playing rock and pop covers from the 60's onward including hits from The Killers, The Beatles, Cee LoGreen, The Kinks, Queen, Stereophonics, David Bowie, The Who and many others
the Waterford-born singer and songwriter for whom nothing rhymed in the 1970’s when he was alone again, naturally, with Clair and no matter how he tried, very much top of the pops!
Teeside-born singer and guitarist who has written many songs and musical plays, usually with an industrial, maritime or environmental theme, his varied material features events ranging from Homer's Odyssey and the story of James Cook to the...