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Dub Pistols
reggae-breaks-jungle mashup music group founded by Barry Ashworth in 1996
Fisher Stevens
Elvis Presley and Neil Diamond tribute act
Electrik Live Orchestra
don’t bring me down and hold on tight, but Jason Ball, Adrian Thorne, Dave Purkiss and friends are a livin’ thing, still paying tribute to Jeff Lynne and ELO
K2
Exeter-based five-piece modestly billing themselves as “Devon’s Premier Classic Rock Covers Band”
Chris Bowden
jazz saxophonist Bowden is joined by Rebbeca Nash on keyboards, drummer Neil Bullock and Chris Mapp on bass to promote his CD 'Unlikely Being'
Faeland
Bristol-based contemporary folk band featuring singer Rebecca Nelson and guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Morrison, along with Lizzie Tucker and Martin Solomon, who describe their music as ‘folk-pop with a mystical Celtic edge’
James Patterson and John Dipper
highly acclaimed folk duo featuring John Dipper, one of England's finest fiddle players and James Patterson, much vaunted interpreter of English song who together present a rich tapestry of tunes and songs garnered from a wide range of sources...
Bob Drury
Neil Diamond tribute act
Syrinx wind ensemble
An ensemble dedicated to the performance of historical wind music whose repertoire covers the rise of the professional wind band, performing music from Dufay and Josquin to Handel and Mozart on shawms, dulcians, oboes and bassoons.
Plymouth University Orchestra
directed by Jonathan Hurdle and Jamie Dove, the orchestra serves students, staff and members of the community in and around Plymouth
Paddy's Whiskers
Paignton-based trio and occasional four-piece boasting banjos, fiddles, mandolins, border bagpipes, percussion and harmonica, and promising footstomping Irish, Celtic and American music
Bukolika Piano Trio
Polish trio of pianist Anna Szałucka, violinist Roma Tic and cellist Joanna Gutowska whose interest is in discovering and performing chamber works of the 20th and 21st century
Silvington
South Devon duo of Tricia Moore and John Connor playing traditional and contemporary acoustic music
The Big Chris Barber Band
trombonist Barber, now 86 years old, and a British trad jazz legend, here leads his band through everything from New Orleans to blues to late 20's Ellington
Jim Mullen
legendary Glasgow-born jazz guitarist once part of Morrissey-Mullen with Dick Morrissey, who has also played with Kokomo and the Average White Band

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