The Doonhame Festival will return to the grounds of The Crichton in Dumfries for the second time on Friday 30th and Saturday 31st July 2021.
Formed in Leeds in 2000, Kaiser Chiefs are one of the leading bands of their generation. The infectious enthusiasm of their music and the unique viewpoint of their lyrics has seen them compared to Franz Ferdinand, Blur, The Clash, and Madness, but their passionately dedicated fans know that this band are true originals, confirmed by the fact they're still going strong two decades on.
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Five-piece indie-popsters The Feeling, have a string of recognisable, radio-friendly hits under their belts aided by their unadulterated brand of ‘proper’ pop. Harking back to the heady days of The Beatles and Supertramp, The Feeling are a good-time band, whose foot-stomping, heart-wrenching anthems will melt the coldest of hearts. 'They write ornate and soaring conversational love songs, full of heart, bittersweet observation and unashamed street-level Englishness.' (Observer Music Monthly)
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Buster Bloodvessel and co. continue to give a crackin' good show of aggressive and highly danceable good-time ska.
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An American group who started out as an Appalachian style tribute to AC/DC, playing traditional instruments such as fiddle, mandolin and banjo. Following the release of 2001's 'A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC' they branched out, playing songs by other rock luminaries, as well as a few original compositions.
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Blazing bagpipes, fiddle and accordions, electrically fused with funky rhythms and soul-gripping songs, Skerryvore are an award winning Scottish band creating a ‘Trad-rock’ fusion for the 21st Century.
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Guaranteed to get you dancing in the moonlight, sunlight and any other light you care to mention, Eastbourne's favourite sons have come a long way since the release of the hauntingly catchy 'Achilles Heel' in 1999. A top five album, numerous festival headline slots, TV appearances and THAT song that made watching the Jamie Oliver adverts bearable have made them one of indie's shining lights. Capable of funky blues-rock and soaring string balladry, just try resisting the urge to sing along and tap your foot.
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Heart Of Rust
Neil Young and Crazy Horse Tribute. Heart of Rust are a widely praised Neil Young & Crazy horse covers band, who are known for their authentic sound. They consist of David Henderson (lead vocals & guitar), Jamie Uchima (guitar), Tony Fitzpatrick (bass) and Jamie Hall (drums). Their setlists cover Young's 40 year career, from his deeply personal acoustic numbers from the classic album Harvest to the amplified hard rockin Crazy Horse sound of the Rust Never Sleeps era and more. What has been said about the band? “Christ almighty, what an experience! To listen to a band so dedicated to the music they played.... What a privilege!” Davey Sloan, The Rattlers “Thoroughly enjoyed it! Come back soon!” Robbie Yates. Edinburgh “Great show! Thought Down by the River was excellent” David Spence “Best gig we have been to in a long time!” Anew O’Reilly Glasgow
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