Profile: Joe Bayliss
Joe Bayliss mic

'Indie folk', 'pop-folk', and another- 'contemporary' slow ballads or uptempo rhythmic songs they are usually confessional, or observational but always contemporary in lyrical content. Think Nick Drake, Scott Matthews, Damien Rice, Tom Baxter, John Martyn, Bon Iver, and any other great story tellers.
Performing at The Festival — Sunday Bridge Inn 1.30pm

The Goat Roper Rodeo Band

with just two old guitars, an upright bass and a bucket full of aching harmony, they preach country blues like you never heard, there's a hint of Hank, a twist of Waylon and a little Gram in there too... it's up and down, soft and loud and swings that big ol' country snake like a born bad ass ... ju

jeremiah ferrari

Jeremiah Ferrari is a rocky roots, reggae and ska quartet that has been turning heads with its punk rock take on traditional Jamaican dancehall, reggae and dub. Currently working on their first album.

Kings Pistols

The King's Pistol are a unique, acoustic-driven trio from Cheshire. Formed in late 2014, the band secured a number of plays of their demo tracks on BBC Introducing, which encouraged them to record their debut album 'Long was the Road, Dark was the Night.' The Album was recorded over 4 days, en

Heidi Browne

Heidi Browne is a BBC Introducing Pick for 2013, who in early 2014 was crowned the overall winner of OpenMicUK. She was also shortlisted for Jamie Cullum's Big Audition in 2011.

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