Performer list

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UK Foo Fighters
tribute outfit fronted by former Harrogate regional manager and weekend Dave Grohl Jay Apperley still remaining in the clear on sonic highways
yndi halda
Canterbury post-rockers whose name is Old Norse for "Enjoy Eternal Bliss”, and whose music is characterised by expansive, cinematic pieces that have been compared to post-rock and modern classical genres
The Rubettes
pop band originally put together by John Richardson after ‘Sugar Baby Love’, a song recorded by some session musicians assembled for the purpose, charted and which now tours in two guises, one led by Bill Hurd, the other by Alan Williams
Lisa Schneidau
Devon-based storyteller telling traditional and modern stories of all kinds with a particular interest in stories about nature and our relationship with the land
Bob Drury
Neil Diamond tribute act
Canoryon Lowen
a mixed choir of 35 singers, based in the village of St Neot, but with members drawn from both Devon and Cornwall
Heg & The Wolf Chorus
Bristol-based theatrical folkies fronted by singer, songwriter and keyboard player Heg Brignall, together with violinist Vince Martin, Joseph Kelly on double bass and July Irvine on flute and vocals
Jason Manford
comedian and Manchester City supporter perhaps best known for once having been a team captain on the Channel 4 panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats
Marry Waterson & Emily Barker
Marry Waterson is the daughter of Lal Waterson and a member of the famous folk music family The Watersons while Emily Barker is an Australian singer/songwriter whose music you may have heard on the UK version of crime drama Wallander
Nick Harper
London-born and Wiltshire raised singer-songwriter, guitarist, son of Roy Harper, one-time member of Squeeze, and described by Maverick magazine in 2007 as “the closest thing we’ve got to Lewis Carroll”
Sara Grey & Kieron Means
North Carolina-born Sara plays banjo and her son Kieron guitar, together they perform old-time Appalachian ballads, cowboy songs and primitive American Methodist hymns
award-winning Dorset duo of folkies Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere, named after Nine Barrow Down in the Purbeck hills
Jonathan Pie
fictitious British television news reporter, created and played by British actor and comedian Tom Walker, who formerly co-wrote the character with comedian and journalist Andrew Doyle
Guy Shrubsole
self-billed activist, writer, troublemaker and now Devon resident, co-founder of the Right to Roam campaign and author of Who Owns England?, and who is currently a campaigner at Friends of the Earth
Neil Sands
former Southern Area Heavyweight Wrestling Champ now responsible for a large range of matinee nostalgia shows targeting an older audience