This festival has been rescheduled to 4th-6th September.
A guitarist's guitarist who has played with the likes of Pulp, Longpigs and Robbie Williams, now out on his own with a repertoire of original songs melding classic Americana with true grit Northern Britain. He has twice been nominated for the much coveted Mercury Prize award.
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Asleep At The Wheel
Asleep at the Wheel is a Grammy Award winning American country music group that was formed in Paw Paw, West Virginia and is based in Austin, Texas. It all started when Ray Benson, Floyd Domino, and Lucky Oceans, along with a Vermont farm boy named Leroy Preston; Virginian Chris O'Connell; and Gene Dobkin, a bass player and fellow classmate of Benson's from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, joined forces. They began with a simple goal: to play and help revive American roots music.
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North Mississippi Allstars
This critically-acclaimed US trio is guaranteed to deliver a stunning exhibition of 'electrified world boogie'. Brothers Luther and Cody Dickinson formed the North Mississippi Allstars in 1996, pioneering their own brand of blues-infused rock and roll. Luther and Cody continually expand the tradition of the Mississippi hill country blues that has inspired them from the beginning, but as Rolling Stone aptly notes, “the Allstars may be children of tradition, but they’re digging deep in undiscovered country”.
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Luther Dickinson is a blues rock guitarist from Memphis, USA.
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Chuck Prophet is the least heralded guitar player of the 80's and 90's, with song writing skills to match his prodigious instrumental talent.
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The Mission Express
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Possibly the hottest band in Canada right now, Saskatewan's The Sheepdogs beat 15 other bands to win Rolling Stones 'Choose The Cover competition in 2011, appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, performed at the Bonnaroo Music Festival as well The Osheaga Festival in Montreal, and are now signed with Atlantic Records. The Sheepdogs remember the importance the other elements, aside from the riff, that make for great rock music: melody, harmony and groove. To see them live is pure rock and roll jubilation, to revel in the splendor created by three part vocal harmonies and heavy hitting dual guitar leads
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A laid-back New Jersey girl who was equally into hair metal and her grandmother's Johnny Cash records, Nicole Atkins got started playing solo gigs at college in North Carolina, then moved home and gigged around New York's East Village. It was there that Atkins developed her strongest assets: a big voice full of longing and Loretta Lynn elegance, and slightly surreal folk-pop songs that evoke moonlit walks with the shadows closing in.
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Jim Lauderdale is a multi-talented performer and songwriter, with successes in both country and bluegrass music. His roots stem from the Carolinas, yet his career has taken him all over the United States and abroad, making him an international recording artist with an ever-growing fan base.
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CC Adcock & The Lafayette Marquis
Adcock learned the ropes of leading a band and creating his own sound when he left high school to tour with Bo Diddley and Buckwheat Zydeco. He was signed to Island Records at 22, and has since logged countless gigs with his band The Lafayette Marquis. As both a composer and Music Supervisor for film and TV, Adcock has created and curated music for acclaimed productions including William Friedkin's 'Killer Joe' and HBO's 'True Blood' and 'Treme'. Adcock's latest work as a solo artist is built around his longtime road band, The Lafayette Marquis. It is a sound that Rolling Stone describes as "hot, dark, swamp rock crackling with antique cool."
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With a rare combination of powerful vocals, honest song writing and dynamic live performances, Izo FitzRoy's music is a unique and captivating blend of soul, gospel and blues.
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Deep fried raw rock'n'roll riffery.
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A five man atomic age raunch and roll combo playing classic Las Vegas grind, one line instr-o-mentals, Link Wray grooves, a smattering of Mr Cash and the odd little vocal tune ...with a twist. If you locked Grady Gaines, Link Wray, James Brown, Nick Curran, Eddie Angel, Sandy Nelson, Spike Jones and Duane Eddy into a room, you might get The Fuzillis.
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Whisky-driven swamp blues with a film noir feel.
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Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir
Their music is rooted in contemporary gospel, with a unique blend of jazz, soul, funk, Latin and 'modern classical'. There are some 25 of them at full strength and the choir is dominated by professionals, many of whom are prominent in London's jazz, rock and show scenes. In their 8 year existence they've been home to lead singers from West End shows and jazz and soul recording artists, as well as seasoned choral directors, session singers and songwriters.
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Reverend John Wilkins, Tommy McLain, Jontavious Willis, The Vagaband Youth Orchestra, Sistema in Norwich Youth Orchestra, Sister Suzie
Euston Hall, Gardens & Park
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