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Duke Johnson & The Scorchers
Torquay four-piece playing rock ‘n roll covers for more than two decades
Ellie Williams
Exeter-based singer-songwriter, often to be found touring as a duo with Dave Ankers, whose music has been described as having the effect of "not so much tugging at the heartstrings, but reaching inside and shaking them”
David Harper
although known for his appearances on TV shows such as Bargain Hunt, The Antiques Road Trip, Flog It!, Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, For What It’s Worth and Cash In The Attic, he is also an antiques broker, writer, artist, speaker and event...
Tina May
Gloucester-based jazz singer who has also appeared in comedy revues with Rory Bremner
Hilary Summers
Welsh-born contralto regularly performing with many of Europe’s leading early instrument orchestras who has made a name for herself as an interpreter of the Baroque repertoire
Martin Dale
acclaimed jazz saxophonist Dale described by the Western Morning News as “the maestro sax player of Devon”
Kerry Godliman
comedian and actor best known for her appearances on Mock The Week, Live At The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Big Show, Taskmaster, Hypothetical, Ultimate Worrier, The Jonathan Ross Show and 8 Out Of 10 Cats
Russell Howard
Bristol-born comedian and Mock the Week regular but perhaps best known for his TV shows Russell Howard's Good News and The Russell Howard Hour
Stillyano
high-energy rock covers three-piece from Exeter
Mark Gatiss
County Durham-born actor, comedian, screenwriter, director, producer and novelist whose work includes writing for and acting in the TV series Doctor Who, Sherlock, and Dracula
The Chicago Blues Brothers
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
Firekind
rock three-piece from Newton Abbot boasting guitarist Jas Morris, Dan Morris on bass, drummer Robin Shute, and known in a previous incarnation as Rude Tiger
William the Conqueror
a collaboration between Newquay-based, Scottish born and New Zealand raised singer/songwriter Ruarri Joseph, drummer Harry Harding and bass-player Naomi Holmes
Old Gaffers
popular local shanty crew from Kingsbridge
Whitesnake UK
tribute outfit fronted by vocalist Carl Wooton as David Coverdale with their take on such classic songs such as 'Fool For Your Loving', 'Is This Love' and 'Here I Go Again'

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