Roll up, roll up! The Roustabouts present a musical cabaret experience that will amuse, bemuse and amaze. Performing a theatrical mixture of Gypsy / Balkan, folk, dance and swing influenced original songs and arrangements. Expect rich harmonies, fast paced strumming, groovy bass lines, banging beats, virtuosic fiddle work, knees-up squeezebox merriment, a bombastic trombone, hair raising electric solos and a big slice of circus to top it all off! Live music, fire manipulation and circus arts performance - The Roustabouts offer something completely different!
Evil Edna are a trash-gypsy, dirty-rockabilly, booze-blues rock band leaking harmonica driven awesomeness all over London. Drawing influences from bands such as The Legendary Shack Shakers and Gogol Bordello they recently supported The Goddamn Gallows on the London leg of their European tour. Described by Louder Than War Magazine as "...a powerful sound that's about to sweep the music industry" their unique sound draws heavily on a combination of rock and gypsy punk.
Crybaby Special are a band from Medway in Kent, who play a mixture of Alternative and Ska music, with a heavy Gypsy Punk element thrown in as well. Having previously played with acts such as Pete Doherty from The Libertines, Catfish and the Bottlemen and Maximo Park, their live shows are known for their high energy as well as captivating a large audience, earning them slots at well known venues and festivals throughout Kent, London and the Midlands.
Born and bred in County Mayo, Ireland, Lisa Canny is a notably talented musician; best known for her enchanting covers and captivating live performances.
Crowned UK “Future Music’s” Songwriting Champion 2016, Canny is gifted with empowering confidence and a charming sense of honesty. The most exciting and consummate stage of Lisa Canny’s career is now pouring vehemently over the horizon.
Brought together by their love of whisky, diverse music and good ol' southern goodness, formed in 2016, Dirty Diesel Outlaw Orchestra are a five piece outlaw country rock band from ol' Southampton. They'll get you up dancin' and stompin' those boots with their unique blend of bourbon fueled high octane raucousness! With tales of doing shots at the bar with dead rock stars, they'll take you on a drunken 100mph journey and give you a taste of the of South!
If it don't run, fill it with Dirty Diesel
unshine savage was born through love of music, creativity, and friendship producing a seven piece band with over 14 instruments. It is so rare to find a phenomenally talented group of musicians who love each other and have fun creatively both on stage and off. With a professional feel (when nesseccsary) these bunch of wonderfuls create music to fill the minds and hearts of all those who listen. Thier range of heavy to light tones creates a collection of music so vast that as an individual you're sure to enjoy.
Liam and his band play entertaining world & folk inspired songs in different languages, uniting hippies and bankers, east and west, joy and melancholy. With his lyrics he attempts to be funy, profound and sad at the same time. If you like music, comedy, and bands like Gogol Bordello, this energetic singer-guitarist is for you.
Born and raised in Wales, now based in London, Liam wants to save the world & get the girl (like the guy from King Blues).
6 piece gypsy-tinged pop with boy-girl vocals that culminates in a toe-tapping good time
The Imaginary Hat formed in September 2014 in Guildford, and have been growing a large, varied repertoire and live show ever since. The idea is to bring early jazz and swing styles into the 21st Century, creating rock songs with a vintage twist. The band, made up of Luke Fraser (vocals, guitar), Nick Smith (trombone), Phil Joyce (drums), Sam Dimond (bass) has been gigging since its conception, gaining a reputation for energetic live performances full of onstage antics and spontaneity.
Bandini is an Italian singer/songwriter based in London. Having been brought up on Blues and Jazz through his father, and then schooled in storytelling and song-writing through his uncle, Bandini’s musical foundations were set. Bandini started his career in London playing live on the streets. He then made a name for himself on the London open mic circuit with his special blend of acoustic blues.