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Dr Kate Strasdin
Ashburton resident, author, senior lecturer in Cultural Studies at Falmouth University and honorary deputy curator at the Totnes Fashion and Textile Museum
Keith James
acoustic guitarist and singer making his living from performing the songs of Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen and John Martyn
Joanna Eden
Lincolnshire-born singer, songwriter and pianist whose first student as a singing teacher was Sam Smith and who has been described as “The UK’s answer to Diana Krall and Norah Jones” by Time Out
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'
Flash
Shrewsbury-based Queen tribute combo active since 2002 and fronted by Claudio Desideri
Bianca Del Rio
Louisiana-born drag queen, comedian, actor, and costume designer, still perhaps better known to his mother as Roy Haylock
Andy C
fast mixing drum & bass DJ who often employs three turntables, record producer and co-founder of RAM Records
Trevor Lock
Lincolnshire-born comedian, actor and playwright, noted for the circuitous and surreal nature of his comedy
Dave Hankin Big Band
thought by some to be the leading jazz big band in the South-West and led by Glaswegian-born trombonist Hankin, a professional musician since 1983 playing alongside the likes of Matt Munro, Jack Parnell and Kenny Baker
Andrew Watts
Hammersmith-born countertenor who studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Geoffrey Mitchell and whose concert engagements include appearances with BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Sinfonietta, the Los Angeles and Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestras...
The Mooncoin Ceilidh Band
South Devon ceilidh band with a strong Irish flavour comprising caller Anne Gill, Steve Gill on melodeons, fiddler Sophia Colkin, Nick Scott on uillean pipes and Bodhran and Andy Clarke, guitar and bouzouki
The City Musick
eight-member early music ensemble directed by William Lyons exploring the repertoire of the Waits, civic musicians in 16th and 17th century Europe
Cotton Mill Ceilidh Band
Caroline Cleave, Clare Davenport, Jane Slaughter and Sarah Reeve, playing American rocking reels on fiddle, flute, piano, guitar, bass, bodhran and djembe
Marty Wilde & The Wildcats
Sixties rock ’n roller now in his ninth decade who first charted in June 1958 and whose daughter Kim later found fame with the Kids in America
JD & Coke
another not so young duo singing covers of songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s

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