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Katherine Jenkins
popular Neath-born mezzo-soprano whose repertoire includes operatic arias, popular songs, musical theatre and hymns
Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Jamaican dub music pioneer who has worked with and produced the likes of Bob Marley and the Wailers, Junior Murvin, the Congos, Max Romeo, Adrian Sherwood, the Beastie Boys, Ari Up and The Clash
Rachel Sermanni
singer/songwriter and folk-noir balladeer of Italian ancestry already dubbed Scotland’s face of folk
Craig Harrison
Congleton-born tribute act also known as CJ who, since the age of four, has been constantly performing as Michael Jackson in shows and competitions whenever he has had the chance
Omid Djalili
actor, comedian and supporter of Chelsea Football Club who, in 2007, was voted by the British public as the 60th best stand-up comedian in a Channel 4 programme 'The 100 Greatest Stand-Ups'
Ed Byrne
talented Irish cat-loving stand-up now resident in Essex to be seen regularly on TV panel shows
The Specials
seminal Coventry 2 Tone and ska revival band who had considerable chart success in the late 70s and early 80s, but now without both one-time main man Jerry Dammers and the likes of Neville Staple
Stevie Wishart
composer exploring medieval and contemporary extremes, using voices, ancient technologies such as the hurdy-gurdy, and the emerging technologies of today
The Christians
Liverpudlian outfit active now for more than 30 years who back in the 80s enjoyed hits with songs such as 'Forgotten Town', 'Words' and 'Greenbank Drive'
Pet Yeti
bluegrass five-piece featuring Northern Ireland brothers Reuben and Benjamin Agnew on guitar and bass respectively, fiddler Kieran Towers, Joe Tozer mandolin and John Breeze banjo
Bongo Wolf
newly-formed rock band, claiming to be born of a collective discontent for the world, a love of whiskey, great tunes and having a f***king good time!
The Zoots
Wiltshire-based 60’s covers outfit featuring featuring Jamie Goddard, Harriet Loather, Ian Bostic, Adam Woodhouse and Tommy Lloyd
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...
Dr Michael Mosley
British television journalist, producer and presenter who has worked for the BBC since 1985, probably best known as a presenter of television programmes on biology and medicine and for his regular appearances on The One Show, here advises you to...
Andrew Watts
Hammersmith-born countertenor who studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Geoffrey Mitchell and whose concert engagements include appearances with BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, the Los Angeles and Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestras...

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