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Adam Ant
the singer known to his mother as Stuart Leslie Goddard who had a number of hits and enjoyed widespread popularity with his group Adam and the Ants back in the early 1980s
Trials of Cato
Robin Jones, William Addison and Tomos Williams describe themselves as a “UK based power-folk trio”, while Mark Radcliffe considers them to be “one of the real discoveries on the folk circuit in recent times”
Giovanni Pernice
Sicilian-born Italian Latin Open Dance Champion, Strictly professional, choreographer, and Guinness World Record holder for both Jive kicks and flicks and Charleston swivels
Tom McConville
outstanding Geordie fiddler and singer of traditional and contemporary folk songs
commercially successful Irish boy band who first formed in 1998 in Sligo, disbanded in 2012 and reunited in 2018, and who were originally signed by Simon Cowell in the UK, Clive Davis in the US and managed by Louis Walsh and Sonny Takhar
Money For Nothing tribute band
Dire Straits tribute band who have been enjoying the walk of life and getting their kicks for free since the start of this century
The Vibes
five-piece high energy indie anthems band
Petrof Piano Trio
created in 2009 by Wihan Quartet violinist Jan Schulmeister with cellist Kamil Žvak and pianist Martina Schulmeisterová. In the same year the ensemble became the Resident Trio of the Petrof Piano Company
Robert Howarth
harpsichordist, conductor and member of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment who read music at the University of York and who was already studying piano at the age of six
Paul Sinha
Luton-born quizzer, comedian, doctor and broadcaster often to be heard on Radio 4 and best known for his role as one of the Chasers, The Sinnerman, on The Chase
Dead Rat Orchestra
Daniel Merrill, Nathaniel Mann and Robin Alderton shout, sing and glisten at audiences through the idioms of folk and improv in an attempt to craft their idiosyncratic vision of what music and performance can be
Captain Roger Readwin
Born in London and educated at Seaford College in West Sussex Captain Readwin joined the Royal Navy as a warfare officer in 1991, progressing through the ranks before taking command at Britannia Royal Naval College in September 2019
Kitty and the Kings
self-proclaimed high energy party four-piece from Plymouth playing uplifting floor fillers from the 80s to the present day
Copper Viper
London-based duo of songwriter and guitarist Robin Joel Sangster and fiddle and mandolin player Duncan Menzies who draw inspiration from the British folk and American country/bluegrass traditions
Subtle Machines
combo comprising guitarist Nick Marshall, saxophonist Mike Rowland, Cole Winters on bass, drummer Phil De Jong and Mark Robson on keys exploring funky jazzy music