This show was rescheduled from 11th July 2020.
Red Hot Chilli Pipers
Winners of the Prime Time BBC One show 'When Will I Be Famous' with a blistering set Rock Bagpipes that astounded the viewers and critics! Putting a modern spin on incredible piping and astounding drumming with an emphasis on showing off and putting on a show guaranteed to amaze any audience; The Red Hot Chilli Pipers really are a genuinely unique experience.
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Famed former lead singer of Shed Seven, born and raised in York. His former band having split in 2003 (thirteen years after their formation), Rick now performs solo and with his new indie-rock ensemble The Dukes, who are venturing into the 21st century with a brand new collection of songs and a hark back to the good ol' days with some classic Shed numbers.
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Paul Banks (Shed Seven)
Paul Banks is an English musician, songwriter and lead guitarist with the rock band, Shed Seven.
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First coming to main prominence in 2012 with her self-composed song 'Last Night' on ITV's The X Factor, Lucy went on to reach 9th place in the competition, and second place in her category. Since then she's continued to grow a devoted fanbase through her busy live schedule and top 40 chart albums. With a unique style of acoustic folk and pop, Lucy mixes humour, talent and honesty to create her own fresh sound. She has also created some epic Adele-esque anthems.
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Hampshire and Country music may not be obvious bed fellows but twin sisters Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas (who have been singing harmonies together since childhood) have had Country music in their blood ever since they were introduced to the sounds of Carrie Underwood, Dixie Chicks and Alison Krauss by a Canadian cousin in their early teens. With one listen to their vocal cadences and close harmonies, soon Nashville and Hampshire suddenly don’t seem all that far apart.
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Twinnie’s songs are steeped in country, but really they’re powerful pop with bewitching stories at their core. Sometimes they stray in to rock, often they embrace electronics.
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New York Brass Band
North Yorkshire's only contemporary New Orleans inspired Brass Band, part of a funky brass revolution. 'A must see, stomping genre-splicing brass outfit' (The Guardian).
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The Grand Old Uke Of York
Yorkshire’s most vibrant ukulele collective. Big vocals, electronic ukes – they uke to Avicii, The Coral, Queen, ACDC, Katy Perry, The Rolling Stones, The Cure, Elvis and maybe some George Ezra! These titans of tweed, maestro’s of this mini musical marvel offer a feast of festival fun!
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Truckstop Honeymoon play tough, funny, hi-octane songs about interstates, pinball arcades and true love. Katie Euliss pounds a doghouse bass while Mike West punishes a banjo mercilessly. Together they charm festival crowds and drive roadhouse drinkers to the dance-floor.
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Plumhall are Michelle Plum and Nick B Hall, a feisty Yorkshire based duo whose award winning self-penned songs are already winning them plaudits from the likes of R2 Magazine, Miles Hunt, Steve Knightley and many more. Both Nick and Michelle play acoustic 6-string and 12-string with Nick swapping to electric guitar from time to time when the rock-demon takes hold. The pair deliver guitar and harmony driven textures of folk, Americana and pop, and have have been wowing audiences on the live acoustic circuit in the UK.
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The Buffalo Skinners