Liam Jordan

2018 has been an exciting year for folk-rock singer-songwriter Liam Jordan. Having released his debut album back in May, Jordan has just finished a full eighteen city tour of the UK & Ireland to promote the record. The album fuses; folk, country, gospel and rock in a travelling blues band style format, forging strong subject matter with powerful and emotive production, and nodding a respectful head to songwriting greats such as Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Bruce Springsteen and more recently, Jason Isbell.

Gentlemen of Few

BBC Radio 2 Folk Award Finalists, Gentlemen of Few, play an eclectic blend of indie-folk and classic rock with skilful vocal harmonies and powerful lyrics perform their music with a raw passion and intense energy hardly to be believed, giving them an almighty sound that they've coined as "Nugrass".   A band with seven years experience of performing their shows to a plethora of welcoming audiences and dedicated fans across the UK in rooms and halls of both homeliness and esteem. The O2 Academy, Islington, The Royal Albert Hall, London and The Forum, Tunbridge Wells to name a few.

Malcolm MacWatt

Age 12 and just getting into the guitar, Scottish musician Malcolm MacWatt first heard ‘Johnny Cash At San Quentin’ and was immediately hooked into country music. While a deep respect for country and bluegrass is evident in his songs and guitar playing, MacWatt freely shows his British folk roots citing John Martyn and Dick Gaughan as major influences. A Transatlantic Records promo featuring Pentangle and Fairport Convention introduced the idea that folk, rock, blues and jazz could be fused together in any combination.

Herbie Hitt

Herbie Hitt is a gifted multi-instrumental singer-songwriter. His tasteful blend of bluegrass fingerpicking and soulful vocals make him a hard act to follow! He is definitely an artist you must look out for in the near future!

Westward Ho!

Westward Ho! are an alternative folk collective with a fondness for falsetto and sweet harmonies. The live experience differs from week to week due to the collective mentality so whether it be flute, fiddle, bodhran or cajon, you are guaranteed a good time at a Westward Ho! gig.


This is Moonfield.... Everything else is popcorn!!!!! Well, popcorn has something to do with it, but not much. We pushed popcorn for half a living. That’s where we met. Under bright neon with the smell of sugar and salt. Two people who always loved the same idea, but never quite got it together on their own. Open minds. On a train out from London to Gravesend. Leaving the last lights of the city behind, Somewhere there, began the process of catching the dust where Heavy Speed Thrash Metal collides with Country Folk, a didly-eye and the odd Kumbaya.

Timothy Hoad

Blending together ambient vocal harmonies, warm synths and bright guitar chords, Timothy finds home in a genre he labels ‘new-age folk’. Drawing upon his main influence, Enya, along with great singer-songwriters Billy Joel and Chris Cornell, Timothy’s unique music is designed to illuminate the listener’s imagination.

Mad King Ludwig

A recovering former monarch of Bavaria, Mad King Ludwig is a musician, writer, performer and madman supreme. Currently residing in Southampton, UK, he has played around the UK with The Mojo Co., selling out venues across the South and playing at Isle of Wight, Victorious, Common People, How The Light Gets In and Rhythmtree festivals. He has worked with Grammy-winning producer Liam Watson (The White Stripes, Madness, The Kills, Tame Impala, James Hunter), and has been featured on Tom Robinson’s BBC 6 Music show.


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