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Kevin Bloody Wilson
Sydney-born politically incorrect musical comedian and former gold mine electrician who once fronted his own band called 'Bryan Dennis and the Country Club'
Laura Quigley
Blackpool-born but Derriford-based author and playwright who grew up in Australia
The Diamond Family Archive
supposedly offering strange and tender songs on personal and pastoral themes, all mixed with sleepy-eyed awe to create intense, spectral folk with a distinctly British sound
Julie Felix
talented Californian singer, songwriter and peace protester largely resident in England since 1964 and perhaps still best known for her eponymous TV shows and appearances on the Frost Report, who sadly died on 22 March 2020 at the age of 81
Benny Guitar Carr
The Devon-based frontman of the funky rockin’ blues band, often to be seen performing as a duo with Simon Lane or as a solo combining slide guitar with cajon, drum kick pedal and tambourine
Gillian Anderson and Will Tyler
is vocalist Gillian Anderson, to be found performing light jazz, French Chansons with accordion and modern covers, with piano, guitar, drums and bass in various musical combinations in and around South Devon
We Are Leif
Bristol-based four-piece set up by songwriters Mark Whitlam and Louise Victoria who draw on influences from jazz and soul to R'n'B
The Collati Singers
Buckfastleigh-based chamber choir specialising in unaccompanied music from the Renaissance and twentieth centuries, conducted by Trefor Farrow
Scott Matthews
has been described by The Guardian as an “engagingly thoughtful and classy singer-songwriter”
Evi Vine
raw and emotive alt-rock singer/songwriter inspired by such diverse artists as Leonard Cohen, the Cocteau Twins, Arvo Part and Nine Inch Nails emerging from UK's underground music scene
Harbottle & Jonas
South Brent-based traditional folk duo of guitarist David and concertina player Freya
The Cuckoo Collective
10-piece soul/funk band on a mission to make you dance to such standards as Mustang Sally, Ain’t Too Proud Too Beg and Dancing In The Street
vocal quartet performing operatic interpretations of well-known pop songs whose primary claim to fame was finishing second in Series 1 of The X Factor in 2004
Fraser Weekes
originally a guitarist with the soul band Clockwork Orange, Weekes then spent six years in residency with the Mike Lee Quintet at the Marine Hotel in Salcombe before studying under legendary guitarist Barney Kessel, now here with his own quartet...
Kathryn Stott
English classical pianist who performs as a concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician, and whose specialities include the English and French classical repertoire, contemporary classical music and the tango.