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Katy Hurt
UK-born country singer-songwriter who spent her early years in New York, gaining an understanding and appreciation of the country sound, before moving back to the UK with her family
Rob Hopkins
the co-founder of Transition Town Totnes and Transition Network, and the author of The Power of Just Doing Stuff, The Transition Handbook, and The Transition Companion
Phil Walker
Yorkshire-born guitarist covers the likes of Eddie Cochran, Hank Marvin, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Slash, Joe Satriani and others
The Jefferson Archive
named not in honour of those who built this city on rock ‘n roll or who went to tell Alice and but rather guitarist Jefferson Tierney with his take on numbers from Hendrix, Zeppelin, Cream and Rory Gallagher
JD & Coke
another not so young duo singing covers of songs from the 60s, 70s and 80s
Dylan Bowen
slipware potter best known for his loose monochromatic pieces, balancing painting and traditional ceramics
Sarah Burns
patternmaker and textile printer pioneering the revival of ancient craft techniques like natural dyeing and block printing that make no use of harsh chemicals and are also zero waste
Frank Burkitt Band
Wellington-based Scottish singer-songwriter Frank Burkitt backed by Kiwi musicians James Geluk, Cameron Dusty Burnell and Kara Filbey playing their own brand of American Roots inspired original music
Joanna Cooke
Plymouth singer/songwriter who numbers amongt her influences Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Ella Fitzgerald and Adele
Fisher Stevens
Elvis Presley and Neil Diamond tribute act
Anthony John Clarke
Belfast-born singer-songwriter based for some time in Liverpool but now living in the Scottish borders who takes inspiration from Al Stewart, John Martyn and Joni Mitchell
Guy Stockwell
the front-man for three-piece Torbay alt.rock outfit Red Right Hand Guy performing a wide range of upbeat covers from 50's to modern day chart material, an eclectic mix of blues, reggae and his own interpretations of some classic tunes
James Billington
Bublé tribute outfit featuring a 12-piece big band fronted by vocalist James Billington
Emily Portman
Glastonbury-born singer, writer, concertina and banjo player now resident in Liverpool who, in 2013, won the BBC Radio Two Folk Award for Best Original Song
Sierra Leonean drummer Jah-man Aggrey and guitarist Jon Lewis employ guitar, live loops and percussion to create their own their brand of bouncy “Sunshine Afro-roots”