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Exeter Cathedral Choir
up to 38 boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years old, all of whom attend Exeter Cathedral School, sing in the Cathedral Choir
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
Re-Take That
Newcastle-based Take That tribute outfit hoping to relight your fire and pray it only takes a minute babe once you’ve tasted love
Reg Meuross
Somerset-based singer/songwriter and former member of The Panic Brothers, The Flamingos and Hank Wangford’s Lost Cowboys
Dr Michael Mosley
British television journalist, producer and presenter who has worked for the BBC since 1985, probably best known as a presenter of television programmes on biology and medicine and for his regular appearances on The One Show, here advises you to...
Black Tar Roses
Plymouth-based Dark Folk/Americana band consisting primarily of husband and wife Darren and Sally Long but often to be seen with local luthier John Maddock, a mandolin and banjo player
Bukolika Piano Trio
Polish trio of pianist Anna Szałucka, violinist Roma Tic and cellist Joanna Gutowska whose interest is in discovering and performing chamber works of the 20th and 21st century
Dionne Warwick
what the world needs now is love, sweet love, and the New Jersey born singer, actress and television host, forever associated with the songs of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, is here to provide it
Griff Rhys Jones
Cardiff-born but Brentwood-educated comedian, presenter and actor who graduated from Cambridge University before becoming member of the cast of Not The Nine O’Clock News alongside Rowan Atkinson, Pamela Stephenson and Mel Smith
K2
Exeter-based five-piece modestly billing themselves as “Devon’s Premier Classic Rock Covers Band”
Francis Rossi
co-founder, lead singer and lead guitarist of the rock band Status Quo who, musically, has never felt in need of something new, merely something great
Kitty Macfarlane
Somerset-based singer, songwriter and guitarist, described by The Guardian as “an exciting young talent”
Chris Hayward
against all odds, I don't care anymore for another day in paradise with this Phil Collins tribute and I wish it would rain down in the air tonight
Jamie Yost
Torquay-born singer and songwriter now based in Plymouth who is said to blend folk, alt-pop and soul with a slither of Americana
Buddy Holly and the Cricketers
Britain’s longest-running Buddy Holly tribute act, currently fronted by Jason Shaw, no doubt hoping to bowl you over with their rendition of Peggy Sue

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