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Stillhouse Junkies
Colorado trio playing, we are told, a delirious, head-spinning mixture of original roots, blues, funk, swing and bluegrass music
The Three Degrees
since this vocal trio first formed in 1965 in Philadelphia there have been no fewer than 16 members, with considerable commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic during the 1970s
I Love Amp
female-fronted four-piece describing themselves as ‘a Festival, wedding and corporate party band based in the South-West’
Jonathan Storer
Torquay-based violinist who has held permanent posts with the Freiburg Opera, Augsburg Symphony Orchestras and the Royal Northern Sinfonia, and was deputy leader of both the Augsburg and the Northern Sinfonia
Booster
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
Take A Chance On Us
Teignmouth Abba tribute duo of Rhiannon and Amelinde who have been performing regularly around the Costa del Sol for the past three years
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
Dave Rich
Okehampton-based pianist and guitarist performs covers to self-made backing tracks
Black Cat Jazz
six-piece combo formed in 2014 featuring trumpeter Steve Graham to play music in an authentic New Orleans "Dance Hall" style
Callino Quartet
formed at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival in 1999 but now based in London, violinists Sarah Sexton and Tom Hankey, viola player Rebecca Jones and cellist Sarah McMahon share a commitment to contemporary music
Jane Mason
Devon-based independent choreographer and performer who has danced for such choreographers as Wayne McGregor, Charles Linehan, Wendy Houstoun and Deborah Hay
Rox
guitarist Rod and vocalist Sam collectively comprise this Torquay-based duo playing classic rock covers
The Wurzels
their combine harvester may be showing its age and their cider consumption may have slowed, but Somerset’s finest are still going strong
The Glenn Miller Orchestra
Led by veteran bandleader Ray McVay, The Glenn Miller Orchestra UK has maintained the exact line-up on stage devised by Glenn, consisting of the leader, five saxophones, four trumpets, four trombones and three rhythm plus a male and female vocalist
The Weekend
guitar based post punk, New Wave covers combo from Torquay

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