influential Boston-based alternative rockers Black Francis, Joey Santiago, David Lovering and Paz Lenchantin whose songs cover such subjects as extraterrestrials, incest and biblical violence
sampling singer and songer, committed harbinger of melancholy, peddling beautiful balladry, frequently compared to Sandy Denny but with elements of Nina Simone and Gillian Welch present too
Baroque quartet of Fatima Lahham, Elin White, Florence Petit and Johan Löfving who met at the Royal College of Music in London and have been making music together since March 2017
Malvern-based singer and songwriter, but here with support from Nick Davis, Martin Bentley, Graham Cuttill, Steve Bland and James Docherty as the man in black, with Emily Heighway performing as June Carter, walking the line and hurt, with the...
according to his agent, this man is a renowned and sought after musician whose versatility, expert guitar playing and vocal skills are in demand for a wide array of venues, from 4 and 5 star hotel restaurants to the rowdiest of bars and clubs
Torbay classic rock outfit featuring Stolen Agenda guitarist Matt Rowland, Matt Smith on bass and Jamie ‘Jai’ Darling on drums
eight strong funk, soul, hip hop and electronica outfit from the South West featuring Elani Evangelou and boasting a horn section, decks, vocals, synths and a classic rhythm section that together make up the mashup of old and new school styles
rock three-piece from Newton Abbot boasting guitarist Jas Morris, Dan Morris on bass, drummer Robin Shute, and known in a previous incarnation as Rude Tiger
combo fronted by Smokey from The Big Sets on harp and vocals with Adam Peregrine on guitar, Sam Collins on bass and Pete Nichols on drums to play some Chicago blues
Harlow-born Neil Diamond tribute act who started playing guitar at the age of 14, and formed his first band ‘Ransom’ at school with two like-minded friends
according to John Bungey of The Titmes: “Since John McLaughlin melted frets with the Mahavishnu Orchestra, we have become used to frenetic guitar-led groups. None, however, quite mixes styles and sounds like that of Nicolas Meier, a Swiss player as...