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A weekend of live music, beer and cider on Friday 1st May till Sunday 3rd May 2020. located at Tia Rescue Centre in Doncaster. Tickets are just £45 each Junior (12-17) £ 25, children under 12 are Free. Weekend camping passes are just £10.
Beans on Toast
He’s a hippy, a punk, a poet, a drunk, a die-hard romantic and an eternal optimist. Singing simple songs that tackle big issues: Political protest songs for the modern day, honest and open Love songs. Songs that will make you laugh, but also make you think with no holds barred honest lyrics and quick wit.
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The Leylines are a 5 piece band formed and based in Weston-super-Mare. Inspired by the Levellers and the rolling hills of the west country, their songs combine British social commentary with a folk/rock festival get up. There will be fiddles and there will be drinking stories... or Jigs and jugs perhaps?
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Headsticks' distinct brand of punked up roots rock and roll blends barbed lyrics, anthemic choruses, and addictive melodies to create passion infused performances oozing honesty, integrity and raw energy, all delivered with a wry humour!
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Nu / anti-folk artist and winner of Acoustic Magazines's UK singer-songwriter competition. His songs are instantly accessible, everyman tales of life, love and everything else in between. Played in a folk-ish style with occasional use of the guitar as a percussive tool, as well as some two handed venturing around the fretboard, Gaz's simple yet poignant songwriting captures the imagination of the listener.
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The Roughneck Riot
The Roughneck Riot are a 6 piece orchestra from Warrington of twisted Celtic punk rockers. They are reinventing and rewriting Folk music. Drawing influence from a host of folk, punk and hardcore bands including The Levellers, The Clash, Social Distortion and Against Me!, they’re intent on doing their bit to highlight socio-political issues of the 21st Century to a brand new generation of punks.
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The Sweetchunks Band
The Sweetchunks Band is a Southampton based Folk/Blues outfit, led by Stuart "Sweetchunks" Blakeledge and joined by Ash Lines on Bass and Charlie Brown on percussion. They an interesting blend of traditional folk, blues and drinking anthems using funky bass and banjo to create B&B, A strange new audio visual drinking experience.
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Nick Parker & The False Alarms
Nick is a Folk-ish songwriter joined by one half of the band Flipron.
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The Silk Road Trio
Comprising of three wolrd-renowned musicians: Clem Alford, Stéphane René and Sirishkumar. Their music largely improvised, building up in ecstatic crescendos and intricate rhythmic patterns, unique to each of their performances.
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Alternative country music with a synth fetish.
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Paul Henshaw is a riot folk singer songwriter living in Wales who spends his life thumping lumps out of his guitar and singing about life, hangovers and anything else he's passionate about.
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Jake And The Jellyfish
Jake and the jellyfish are a four piece hailing straight outta Leeds. Armed with foot stomping folk tunes, "sing your heart out" punk anthems and a hint of ska, they’ve toured extensively in a beat up old post office van bringing an energetic atmosphere and drunken sing alongs to venues across the UK and Mainland Europe. Playing festivals like Rebellion, Kendal Calling and Beat-herder and sharing stages with bands such as The Skints, Random Hand and Beans on Toast they’ve definitely carved their own foothold in the DIY music scene.
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New Wave Folk band with a diverse array of influences, from Seth Lakeman to Calvin Harris! They use mandolin, accordion, acoustic guitars, bass, trumpet, percussion, beatboxing and vocal harmonies.
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Chris Cooper Band
Chris Cooper Band are a 3 piece band hailing from Scunthorpe. Simon Barley - Piano Chris Cooper - Guitar & Vocals Darryl Ebbatson - Guitar & Backing Vocals They write and perform their own original music and have been described as 'urban folk' owing to influences such as Mumford and Sons and Bon Iver, which have given them a solid acoustic indie feel. They have released 2 Eps and one album 'Harbour'. Currently recording a new album for release this year.
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A five piece band from Sheffield who blend smooth reggae music with a snarling rocky edge, throwing in the sweet accompaniment of saxophone and blues guitar riffs.
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Jess Silk is a guitarist, singer and songwriter from the Black Country who has been penning songs since her early teens. Over the past few years her style has developed into a husky, shouty brand of folk music that often has her being likened to a female Frank Turner or Billy Bragg. Jess has enjoyed playing support slots for the likes of Justin Sullivan (New Model Army), T.V. Smith (The Adverts), and Attila the Stockbroker to name a few. Taking inspiration from her favourite artists (such as the Levellers, Frank Turner, Billy Bragg), Jess is heavily lyric-focused, writing songs inspired by current events on a world-wide and a much more local scale.
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Tia Rescue Centre
- Wroot Road
- DN9 3DY