ANNALEISE DUMONTAnnaliese Dumont has been singing since a very young age. She likes to gig whenever she gets the opportunity and loves to perform.

She is currently still studying a BETEC Level 3 course in Music Performance at Petroc college and has recently been accepted for the university course in music performance there also.

If you like her music, you can find her on Facebook and YouTube.

Missy Edwards

Missy Edwards picAfter performing with the alternative band ‘Missart’, Missy Edwards started what was initially a solo project, performing her acoustic songs with just voice and guitar.

She was joined by Ben on cello who added to the atmospheric feel of her tracks. Stu joined them, bringing his funky, dub bass, Ian with his galactic guitar riffs lifted the sound and Johnos perfect percussion finalised the line up.

Together they create unique, atmospheric electro acoustic grooves topped with the haunting vocals of Missy.

They are currently in the studio recording their first Ep ‘Colours’


Sat on the Herbs

Sat on the herbsSat on the Herbs, based in North Devon, is a group of 5 ukulele players, Ant, Jude, Pete, Oonagh and Dave.

“We have a lot of fun playing some of our favourite tunes – we hope you have fun listening too.”

Expect to hear songs from all eras from Oasis to George Formby!

Loney Vs Bangham

loney v bangham picLoney Vs Bangham is a soulful, jazzy duo with a feelgood, mellow tunes that makes easy listening, really easy!

Becky and John have worked together on numerous music projects over the years and have both enjoyed a variety of performances and high profile gigs with their band ‘Loney’

Foreign Affairs

foreign affairs picForeign Affairs Started by brothers Adam and Lawrence Purnell in 2012, the band’s first summer saw them booked for Glastonbury Festival, by owner Michael Eavis, as well as performances at Iconic Bristol venues ‘The Thekla’ ‘The Louisiana’ and airplay via BBC Introducing.

Since bursting onto the local scene, tours have taken them throughout the UK, playing with the likes of ‘The Lone Bellow’, ‘Marika Hackman’ and ‘Amber Run’, tours have also covered Belgium and Switzerland.

Notable Performances 2015

Glastonbury Festival 15 – Avalon Stage
The Village Pump Folk Fest 15
Livestock Fest 15 – Main stage
Lakefest 15 – Main stage
BBC Introducing radio session – Glastonbury 15
Bristol Harbourside Festival – BBC ONE TV session
Record launch night (The Louisiana) – SOLD OUT
BBC Radio 2 – PLAYLISTED ‘Sell My Soul’ single
Folk Radio UK – session & interview
Forthcoming dates – (Press Tour for new single ‘You Said To Me’)
BBC Radio Bristol – Live session 10.10.15
Globe Theatre – Cardiff 11.10.15
BBC Radio Oxford – Live session 18.10.15
BBC Radio London – Live session 18.10.15
BCFM Radio – 24.10.15
BBC Radio West Midlands – Live session 28.10.15


Reigning Dogs

Reigning Dogs picReigning Dogs are a 4 piece, very lively, rocking , blues-based band, with four very talented and experienced musicians who are all based in Devon.

The boys really like to enjoy themselves as much as the audience. Mike, Ian, Tim and Jay get together to give you an upbeat electric blues session. Blueshounds can just appreciate the musicianship and variety of Chicago, Delta and Brit Blues numbers – the dancers can get up and dance the blues away!

Vivid Vague

Vivid Vague pic2015 brought us Vivid Vague, a new 4 piece indie-noir/grunge-rock band from Devon.
Fronted by the voice of Michelle Dilling, Guitars from Nathan Gregory, Adam Nickels on Bass and Simon Hodgkiss on Drums, influences include Amy Winehouse, Muse, Royal Blood & Daughter to name a few. They have drawn comparisons from anywhere between Siouxsie and the Banshees to Lana Del Rey.

The band’s first summer of festivals led to them working with top producer John Cornfield (Muse, Supergrass, Stone Roses, Robert Plant) at the legendary Sawmills Studios in Cornwall on their debut recordings.

Favourites with Camden’s prestigious Dublin Castle music venue, local radio stations backing them all the way, a growing fan base and a trail of festivals awaiting them, be sure not to miss out on seeing these guys live soon.T

“I’ve been blown away. This is incredible.” – James Santer, BBC Introducing




Lionstar are live at Glastonbury! – 22nd-26th June 2016

LionstarThey are a Reggae/Rock/World Fusion band based in the South-West UK.

The band comprises 6 members, all of whom bring a unique characteristic to the overall sound through their individual styles and influences.

Mixing classic Reggae, with Dub, Rock, Funk, Soul, World, with hypnotic heavy basslines to screaming lead guitars along with true and meaningful, soulful lyrics mashed with tight, funky, technical drums, Lionstar truly are a genre of their own.

They have recently enjoyed playing with such artists as UB40, Aswad, Soul II Soul, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Bad Manners, Heatwave, Happy Mondays, Toploader, Buzzcocks, Sir John Holt, Macka B, The Skints, Hollie Cook, Michael Rose (Black Uhuru), plus many many more, as well as appearing at and even headlining shows and festivals throughout the UK.
The band has a large following abroad also, with India and South America having the largest international fanbases.

Be sure to check out the ‘TOUR’ page for up to date show info, and come and see for yourself,
Dance, Dance, Dance…..
Move, Move, Move…..
Come and Rock Up a Vibe with us in 2016




Jim Crawford  picJim Crawford is something of an enigma.
Originally from Lancashire, he now resides on the North Devon coast.

Jim is softly spoken and surprises his audience when he breaks into song with, as one reviewer put it, ” A richness of voice you can only be born with.” and for years has been revered among professional musicians as a consummate finger picker and slide guitarist.

He first came to the attention of a wider audience when invited to record a session for the BBC’s Paul Jones Show. When quizzed by Mr. Jones about recent concert work we glimpsed the sense of humour that lights up Jims live shows when he wryly replied, “I’ve just played at the Appledore school fete where I was second in the popularity stakes to a bouncy castle !”

“He has his own sound, his own style…in fact he’s so damn good….he pisses me off ( lol)”  – Geno Washington.