South Devon duo of Phil and Mahrey Berthoud, previously performing as Fiddlers on the Green, playing reels, jigs and ballads on fiddles, guitars, vocals and bodhran
born in 1989 with no right hand and inspired by a Beethoven sonata, McCarthy first began playing the piano at the age of 14, his performances have since been described as “inspirational”
Dire Straits tribute band who have been enjoying the walk of life and getting their kicks for free since the start of this century
60-member a cappella mixed voice pop/rock/jazz choir under the leadership of musical director Jean Judge
seminal Coventry 2 Tone and ska revival band who had considerable chart success in the late 70s and early 80s, but now without both one-time main man Jerry Dammers and the likes of Neville Staple
Topsham-born and Exeter-based blues guitarist of Junkyard Angels fame who in recent years has worked with harmonica player Johnny Mars and can sometimes be seen performing with pianist Craig Milverton in the organ trio Jelly Roll
Dick Miles has been singing and playing music since he was 13. His special love and interest is traditional music and the concertina. Having lived in Suffolk and East Anglia, he is now a resident of County Cork, and incorporates influences from each...
Glasgow-based psychedelic folk trio comprising of guitarist and violinist Sam Grassie, Iona Zajac vocals and Clarsach, and Herbie Loening double bass and guitar, who take their name from Bert Jansch’s eponymous 1979 album and whose music explores...
multi-instrumentalist Fiona Lander combines with vocalist and guitarist Paul Mason to mix both traditional and contemporary folk with jazz and other musical styles
Plymouth-based four-piece classic hard rock and old school metal band fronted by vocalist Leigh Cordell
over 40 years in the music business and once ranked as one of the 500 best rock guitarists in the world by Rock Control, a website that promises ‘everyone’s a rock star’
distinguished English singer-songwriter who has lived in Oxford since 2010 and whose influences are said to include Anais Mitchell, Bill Withers, Laura Marling and Bob Dylan
Yorkshire-born soprano whose operatic career began at Opera North who has subsequently made countless concert and television appearances
Montreal-based composer, musician, performer and music produce, best known as the lead singer and principal songwriter of Montreal chamber rock band The Dears