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Moscow Drug Company
self-billed transcendent troubadours of Gypsy cabaret and swing
Katrina Porteous
self-proclaimed freelance poet, historian and broadcaster, specialising in work on the theme of ‘nature’ in its widest sense, and ‘place’ in its deepest
Barking Spiders
Torbay four-piece fronted by singer Paul Winstanley and backed by Chalks Jeff, Tom and Matt on guitars, bass and drums respectively, covering the likes of Billy Idol amongst others
The New Jersey Boys
Plymouth-based covers outfit here doing their take on the songs of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, but who are also to be found appearing as the likes of Showaddywaddy and Sister Act in theatres, holiday parks, hotels, or on cruises and in clubs...
The Allergies
Bristol-based DJ duo taking vintage funk, soul, disco, hip-hop and breakbeat influences and reshaping them for the modern dancefloor
Andy Parsons
the one-time Mock The Week regular also seen on Live At The Apollo and Have I Got News For You with some stories intended to make you laugh
Sunset Café Stompers
eight-piece Dorset New Orleans style jazz band named after Al Capone’s night club on Chicago’s South Side and playing the music of that period as popularised by the likes of Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin, Jelly Roll Morton, Duke Ellington and Fats...
William Hicks
vocalist and showman originally from Atlanta, Georgia, and resident in the UK since 1991, Hicks has both established and is often the frontman for Soul Satisfaction, providing tribute shows covering the songs of a number of soul and Motown acts,...
Dart Valley Stompers
six-piece jazz band formed by saxophonist Jeremy Huggett in 2005 to play New Orleans and traditional jazz
Mobius Loop
gypsy folk trio allegedly fusing world music and conscious rap with eruptions of free-form dance charged with an intimately powerful and intense energetic live performance
South West-based eight-piece self-billed reggae latin funk powerhouse
Reg Meuross
Somerset-based singer/songwriter and former member of The Panic Brothers, The Flamingos and Hank Wangford’s Lost Cowboys
Brit Floyd tribute band
tribute band searching for a saucerful of secrets and trying to place another brick in the wall beneath the dark side of the moon
Tír na nÓg
acclaimed Irish duo of Leo O’Kelly and Sonny Condell, playing together since the 1970s, when they toured with the likes of Procul Harum, The Who, Cat Stevens, T. Rex, Roxy Music, Elton John, The Velvet Underground and Hawkwind
Hearing Aid Beige
Totnes duo of Simon Hampshire and Tommy Williams whose music supposedly ranges from Brian Wilson-esque confessionals with kaleidoscopic nods to the past, to laid back indie pop influenced by the likes of Mac Demarco and Andy Shauf