Okinawa Americana

Internationally recognized recording artists and musicians, David Ralston and Merry have created their own brand of music, self-described as "Okinawa Americana Music.” Integrating influences from Japan to Brazil to America’s heartland, World Music to Blues, Country, Folk, and Roots Rock, they successfully illustrate that “The world of music is not just changing, it has changed.”
David Ralston

Miss Jones

Miss Jones is a vocalist, guitarist and harmonica player based in London and often performs solo, duo or trio depending on the occasion!

Since an early age, Miss Jones was influenced by rock n roll, blues, country and a slice of jazz and was recently endorsed by luxury Italian guitar company Lengardo Guitars and plays the Lengardo Venezia which suits her style perfectly!

George Calne Jones

George Calne Jones (not to be confused with famous country singer George Jones) is a Singer-Songwriter from Cambridge who has performed from Europe, to the USA and even India. His music reflects portraits of people, highlighting the best and worst elements of the human condition, all tied up in a ball of flamenco, jazz and percussive inspired guitar.

Sweet Facility

Sweet Facility are a high energy Blues Rock and Fuck trio originally from Brighton. They’ve been busy with the release of their debut EP ‘The Gap’ and gigging across the country, from Brighton to London to Newcastle to Glasgow! These guys should not be missed!

NAKED

NAKED are a young, ecstatic, retrofied band from London and continental Europe. Having formed just over half a year ago, and with an already extensive catalogue of original, heart throbbingly cathartic and sexy music, NAKED are tailor made for any pair of ears. The band’s smooth 60’s blues rock compliments all three member’s luscious locks and frontman Ollie’s lascivious voice. Having said this, influences such as Jack White and Ty Segall seep through Hendrix riffs to screech out a melee of aural eroticism.

The Old Jelly Rollers

The Old Jelly Rollers are a musical collective who encompass the raucous, joyful spirit of the birthplace of jazz. We are bound to get your feet shuffling with our full 7 piece line up of some of London’s finest young musicians!

The band is lead by up-and-coming songstress Louise Balkwill, named by multi-award winning singer Liane Carroll as a singer to listen out for. Come and move to the beat of the streets of New Orleans!

When Rivers Meet

Grace & Aaron Bond of When Rivers Meet are a Blues + Roots Rock duo from Essex.

Their soulful vocals lock into harmony with a natural chemistry: Aaron’s bold, driven guitar is grounded by his solid kick drum, and Grace’s unique slide mandolin and fiddle combine to create a wall of sound.

With a combination of well-crafted self-penned songs and reworked traditionals, performances are fearless.

Stomptown Brass

Stomptown Brass has emerged as one of the most unique 8-piece acts in Ireland in recent times. Blending the sounds of funk and blues with a raucous cacophony of powerful driving rhythms, Stomptown Brass make the most of their impressive line-up: two Drummers, two Trombones, two Trumpets, one Saxophone and one big dirty Tuba.

What sets Stomptown Brass apart from any other act in Ireland is the originality of their sound combined with the unmistakable energy of brass music.

The Ragged Flags

The Ragged Flags are a London-based four piece with their own distinctive sound incorproating the essential natural juices of rock, pop and folk with the lovely chunky bits of country and blues.

James Goodwin (vocals, guitars), Mark Aldworth (lead guitar, backing vocals), Chris Edwards-Dewey (bass, banjo, backing vocals) and Paul Whibley (drums, percussion) met and bonded over their shared love of soaring three-part harmonies, rocking guitars, and hook-laden melodies. The Flags are setting feet tapping and heart-strings twanging at a venue near you.

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