Backwoods Creek

From the heart of London, Backwoods Creek bring something to the table most choose to shy away from. Unashamedly ready to make you sing, laugh and cry, this quintet are picking up the broken pieces of the world and fixing them together real strong, one show at a time.

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Robbie Cavanagh

A self confessed devotee of ‘real music’, Robbie Cavanagh is not defined by genres. The only rules are good musicians, real instruments, great microphones and performance with emotion. Capturing sound, not producing it.

Robbie performs self penned, unscrubbed tales of heartbreak, loss, love and discovery, and when he puts pen to paper, he lives by his own words. ‘The more you wrestle with an idea, the more contrived it becomes’. Robbie writes with honesty, emotion, and most importantly; instinct.

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Gasoline & Matches Band

With their debut single ‘Fool’s Gold’ topping the UK iTunes Country Chart, a headlining performance at The Hard Rock Café London and a five date Californian tour in the bag, Gasoline & Matches were quick to prove why they were named as Lyrics Magazine’s ‘Artists to Watch’ in 2018. Sally Rea Morris and Steve Marks deliver a unique blend of Fleetwood Mac-esque harmonies, Brad Paisley-infused guitar solos and energetic live performances.

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Kezia Gill Band

Derby Based Singer/Songwriter Kezia Gill, has been singing professionally for over 10 years. A delicious mix of Irish and country influence, her sound is completely unique. Kezia plays all over the country, not only performing her own material, but bringing her own vocal style to a variety of classic covers; With her unique vocal style, and skilled acoustic guitar playing, she makes every song her own.

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Simon James

Simon James is a singer songwriter that has been performing and recording across the UK and Europe for over 30 years. Recently achieving number 3 in the UK Country Music charts and played on many of the UK’s top sector radio stations including Baylen Leonards ‘Country Hits UK’

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Katee Kross & The Amberjacks

Katee Kross is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from Bishopbriggs near Glasgow. She has already worked with some top names including Dougie MacLean, Barbara Dickson, Karine Polwart, James Grant, Red Sky July, John Doyle, Findlay Napier, JJ Gilmour, Tony McManus, Catherine McGrath, Wildwood Kin, Ferris & Sylvester, Whispering Bob Harris and Seasick Steve.

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With comparisons to Taylor Swift, LeAnn Rimes and Britney Spears, following her last two sold-out gigs in Germany in April and December 2018 the newspapers were hailing her as ‘the UK’s answer to Taylor Swift. Vocally, Em/elle has also been compared to LeAnn Rimes and the similarities don’t end there …

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Laura Evans

Rising Country Blues singer-songwriter Laura Evans burst on to the scene with the release her debut EP “Running Back to You” in 2020, with her first single reaching number one on the UK blues chart and then top 50 on the US chart, with follow up singles “Solo” & “Drag me Back In” gaining continued support from BBC Radio Wales and racking up over 100,000 streams on Spotify with continued support from editorial playlists, Nu Blue and Very Nearly Nashville. A modern, yet soulful vintage sound with hints of Fleetwood Mac meets Larkin Poe. Laura opened for “The Shires” in concert in 2019 and performed at The Bluebird Café, Nashville and C2C festival as well as having a monthly residency at The Troubadour, London.

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Morganway are a six-piece from East Anglia founded by twin brothers Callum (vocals, guitar, bass) and Kieran Morgan (lead guitar, backing vocals). Throughout their early years the boys played in various bands but struggled to find a box to fit into. Too rock for folk, too pop for indie, too indie for country, or so it seemed. Choosing to follow their instincts rather than convention, they became Morganway and suddenly people started listening.

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Gareth Nugent Band

After an 18 month run at the Prince of Wales Theatre and Piccadilly Theatre in the West End, Gareth Nugent turned his attention to performing his own style of Country Music. His influences range from John Denver, Neil Diamond, Garth Brooks, The Eagles and Keith Urban to name a few. Having played solo gigs he started looking for a band.

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Stevie O’Connor Band

Award winning Stevie O’Connor is an emerging and passionate UK Country Artist. Having won over fans across the UK with his powerhouse vocals and infectious guitar picking. He catapults passion in every word he sings, and every note played. Writing songs since a young age Stevie honed his craft, playing as a session musician with some of the biggest names within the industry. From this he found his true calling… in country music.

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The Outlaw Orchestra

The Outlaw Orchestra – A powerhouse three piece, based in the Deep South UK. Their style is a unique blend of hard Southern Rock through to Cajun, Country, Flamenco and all cooked together with their unique signature style of ‘Heavygrass’, described as “A melting pot of styles from American Southern rock, British 70’s rock, Louisiana roots to bluegrass. ​

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15 awards in 4 years, a critically acclaimed new album and the only act to be involved in all the mega-successful Country2Country festivals, Glasgow-based, Raintown deliver a startling take on UK contemporary country that is both firmly-rooted and unashamedly forward-thinking. Their intensely charismatic live performances are imbued with a spirit and energy that that make their sound accessible to all music lovers.

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Two Ways Home

Anglo – Austrian duo Two Ways Home are the songwriters Isabella Mariee (Vienna) and Lewis Fowler (Gloucestershire). Opposites attract, which is certainly one of the reasons the pair were first drawn to each other. They may have stark contrast but music has always been their middle ground with their voices blending effortlessly. After their inception in 2014, presenting 3 well received Eps and several standalone singles, they have crafted a sound, which pairs well with artists like Lady Antebellum, The Civil Wars and Mumford and Sons.

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Robert Vincent

Robert Vincent was born in Crosby, and his upbringing in Liverpool inculcated him with a very Merseyside culture of storytelling and language. “I always wrote words, I’m always in that world – a world of my own with words really.” The key influence, however, would be the American records that his father would play around the house growing up.

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