Leeds based seven-piece dub-fusion band using the rhythms of one-drop and steppas, bone shaking bass lines and resonant vocals to create a distinct groove driven sound
five member alternative hip hop band whose name stands for Never Underestimate Musical Belief
Torbay classic rock outfit featuring Stolen Agenda guitarist Matt Rowland, Matt Smith on bass and Jamie ‘Jai’ Darling on drums
singer, guitarist and bouzouki player, passionate interpreter of traditional songs, organiser of the Totnes Folk Club, and member of the Mooncoin Ceilidh Band and the trio Wistmans Wood
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
are violinist Hazel Brooks and harpsichordist David Pollock, prize-winning early-music specialists, passionate about the music of the baroque era.
directed by Jonathan Hurdle and Jamie Dove, the orchestra serves students, staff and members of the community in and around Plymouth
West Country country singer and songwriter from Ashill in East Devon, who claims inspiration from Doris Day and performs what she describes as her own style of Westcountry Country
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...
Devon singer-songwriter and member of both The Trees and Freshly Squeezed who as a solo combines covers of the likes of Amy Winehouse with rapping and her own blues and folk compositions
trio who like to think of themselves as “the ultimate Take That tribute band” but will everything change so that you never forget and want them back for good?
Totnes resident and former physiotherapist who, to celebrate her 50th year, learnt Beethoven’s last three epic piano sonatas and then, in 2011, took them with her as she cycled 3,500 miles from Denmark to Greece on a journey known as 'Beethoven...
storyteller, author, wilderness rites-of-passage guide and founder of the West Country School of Myth
Dartford-born singer, songwriter and guitarist who first came to prominence with the indie rock group Easyworld and has since toured the world, opening for such artists as KT Tunstall, Gomez, Elvis Costello, Ingrid Michaelson and Ray LaMontagne