James Mackenzie

Hailing from Inverness in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland, James moved to Nürnberg in 2017 after embarking on a successful solo tour of Germany the same year. Now performing regularly up and down the country he has played more than 100 shows with lots more to come.
James played his first show in Inverness, Scotland in 2011 and began working on his craft to engage with the audience so he could tell stories of his heartaches and failures with some witty comments in between.

The Sandboys

If you ever wanted to know what it would sound like if The Beautiful South were being slapped in the face by Tom McRae to the soundtrack of Crowded House songs, played on the ukulele by Leonard Cohen and accompanied by Randy Newman, then welcome to The Sandboys!

Lauren Jean

14 year old musician/singer songwriter/busker
Write and perform my own music on keys and guitar
Had tracks played on BBC Introducing Lancashire
Featured on itv singing competition
Busk and gig most weekends. Love performing live.

The Happy Pill Academy

The Happy Pill Academy is from London in the United States of Britain. It is a one-person endeavour but that one person maintains a healthy relationship with the other completely fictitious members of the band.

This alternative reality project blends together character-driven lyrics, Lo-Fi riffs and an altogether fresh perspective on the kind of noise you can make with one acoustic guitar.

Reminiscent of Nirvana / Eels / Beck, they are known for their energetic solo acoustic shows and post-rock sensibilities.

Eric Walker

Eric Walker is a Contemporary-Country musician, originally from Huntingdon, living in Hampshire.
His vocal influences from dance music with a writing style similar to that of Vance Joy or The Cranberries results in his distinct, signature sound.

Pete Smith

Singer songwriter from Dundee, Scotland. Everything I sing/write about is things I’ve lived through or seen with my own eyes. I’ve been playing gigs all over scotland in the past year. I’m currently working on my album now which will be released by October this year.

Silent Natives

Don’t be mistaken by their name - Silent Natives are anything but quiet! The Essex trio's unique and infectious tunes are packed full of clever lyrics, hooks and chants. The title track to their debut EP - ‘Loosen Your Grip’ made the band's debut broadcast on BBC Introducing Essex in 2017 followed by the EP being broadcast and performed live on the show.
Led from the front by Steve Jones on guitar and vocal, Chris Kemsley on drums and Rich Jones on bass, their musicality is tight and blends the sounds of Fleetwood Mac, Supergrass and The Black Keys.


DIGGS is a Welsh Solo Artist with a backing band, creating new and diverse sounds whilst keeping that raw authentic touch. Powerful cool melodies accompanied by huge guitar lines, backed up by pumping drums.

Sam Winston

Sam is a folk rock/alt pop artist from London. He writes and produces in a studio that he built. He is a multi-instrumentalist and has studied the piano since he was 6. He taught himself the guitar, bass, mandolin, ukulele, drums, banjo and kalimba. He studied singing under Laura Zakian (Trinity College). His vocals have been used by award winners, TV composers and by Boy George who Sam supported on a tour of Amsterdam. Sam plays Bailey guitars. His favourite is a handcrafted model made with 100% renewable energy, a fact that's important to Sam.

Shannon Hynes

Shannon Hynes is very much inspired by the poignant honesty of the storytelling in country music. Due to the fact she has studied this music for the majority of her life, she has honed her craft in captivating you in her lyrical stories.
Taking inspiration from past and present leaders in country music, Shannon plans to demonstrate the deep lonesome of the songs she writes with the balance of the innocence and pure tone her vocal executes.


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