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Tim Holehouse
Dorchester-born, London-based self-proclaimed mutant blues singer and guitarist of no fixed abode who claims his music is a mix of folk, Americana and the Blues
Hungry Bears
Plymouth-based covers duo of Rob Williams and Derek Wood who also perform some of their own
Fisherman's Friends
exceptionally popular shanty crew from Port Isaac singing songs of the sea
Fly Yeti Fly
acoustic duo Darren Fisher and Lorna Somerville say they “try to combine an earthy yet ethereal theme to our songwriting, layered with harmonic sincerity”, whatever that might mean!
Crystal Methyd
American drag queen Cody Harness who competed on the twelfth season of RuPaul's Drag Race
Seth Lakeman
Dartmoor singer, songwriter, fiddler and sometime guitarist of no little talent and popularity
choir first formed by musical director Martyn Warren in 1987 in order to sing Renaissance choral music in the liturgical context for which it was written
Totnes-based duo of Bev Knowlden and Pete Shearn combining saxophones, guitars and electronics and playing live improvised ambient music
Dub Pistols
reggae-breaks-jungle mashup music group founded by Barry Ashworth in 1996
Rachel Sermanni
singer/songwriter and folk-noir balladeer of Italian ancestry already dubbed Scotland’s face of folk
West Devon Chorale
mixed-voiced adult chamber choir of some 35 voices based in Plymouth, director Michael Johnson
Martin Simpson
quite simply one of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players in the world performing everything from old-time American music, the blues, Bob Dylan to his own compositions
Sandi Toksvig
Copenhagen-born broadcaster, author and comedian who began her comedy career at Girton College, Cambridge, and who in 2014 co-founded the Women’s Equality Party
The Opera Boys
take any four classically trained tenors from London’s Royal Academy of Music, put them together as The Opera Boys, and send them out either to appear as singing waiters at weddings or, as here, to come on stage to perform a range of material from...
Elly Jarmain
papa don’t preach but get into the groove and like a virgin strike a pose with this Madonna tribute act