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fab four tribute outfit want to hold your hand from love me do to let it be
Harbottle & Jonas
South Brent-based traditional folk duo of guitarist David and concertina player Freya
Richard Tunnicliffe
principal cello of the Avison Ensemble and guest principal of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Devon Telemann Ensemble
comprising violinists Mary Eade, Anna Cockroft and Brenda Willoughby, Pam Canter on both recorder and harpsichord, Andrew Gillett viola, cellist Vicky Evans and Pat Butterly
The Mo Joe's
Ivybridge three-piece covering some classic Blues/Rock/Pop songs with the occasional reggae number thrown in
Southampton-based Dire Straits tribute outfit take the walk of life down the tunnel of love as brothers in arms making money for nothing as the sultans of swing
AJ’s Big Band
17-piece big band under the leadership of Ken Parr and featuring vocalist Paula Mitchell playing the music of Glenn Miller
Terence Waldstadt and Elliott Blackler
Totnes trio coolly paying tribute to the Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Mike Silver
songs of longing, love and loss from acclaimed Camelford-based singer/songwriter
Devon Afrobeat Collective
the Collective are a dozen or so musicians who have got together in South Devon to create a band providing wall to wall danceable grooves
Jason Donovan
Australian, one time Neighbour and Kylie’s boyfriend who also found pop fame thanks to Stock, Aitken & Waterman
jazz quintet founded by the Swiss double-bass player and composer Luca Sisera that comfortably performs a balancing act between the avant-garde and an awareness of the classical jazz tradition
James Harris’ Beatbelt
Dartmouth saxophonist Harris plus Martin Jenkins on keyboards, Jim Rintoul on bass and drummer Rick Byer playing some funk, jazz and nu-jazz
In Echo
ensemble specialising in renaissance and baroque music and new music for old instruments, led by cornettist Gawain Glenton with Emily White playing vioin and trombone, Richard Boothby viols, violinist Bojan Cicic and Silas Wollston on organ and...
The Lost Sound
small mixed-voice Buckfastleigh-based a cappella folk choir under the direction of Sandra Smith singing contemporary arrangements covering folk, pop, indie and gospel