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Knocksville

Knocksville

Martin Riddington, Chris Cooper and Jason Walder form the three-piece blues-infused dirty rock and roll band. Playing elements of rockabilly, punk, rock n roll and ska, they have toured across Europe and the UK and in 2016 released their second album Volume II.

Listen to them here

Saturday, 17:30 – 18:25, at the Scania Stage

Millie Manders & The Shutup

Millie creates cross-genre punk that is hard to ignore. With lyricism that pokes fun, draws you in or leaves you questioning social norms teamed with incredible vocal dexterity, grinding guitars, irresistible horn hooks and a pumping rhythm section, the Millie Manders music machine churns out more raw punk fusion than you can shake a stick at, with a huge amount of pop appeal.

Listen to them here

Saturday, 18:45 – 19:30, at the Scania Stage

Millie Manders

Millie Manders & The Shutup

Millie creates cross-genre punk that is hard to ignore. With lyricism that pokes fun, draws you in or leaves you questioning social norms teamed with incredible vocal dexterity, grinding guitars, irresistible horn hooks and a pumping rhythm section, the Millie Manders music machine churns out more raw punk fusion than you can shake a stick at, with a huge amount of pop appeal. High-octane, fierce, bursting with attitude and almost obnoxiously addictive.

Listen to them here

Saturday, 18:45 – 19:30, at the Scania Stage

John Lewis Trio

John Lewis Trio

Welsh rockabilly hero John Lewis has been tearing it up on his latest tour travelling across Europe, to Australia and Japan. Lewis and his trio display a compelling energy and that thrilling sense of urgency so essential to get a crowd on their feet. His latest album Sanity provides further proof that Lewis is one of Wales’ greatest exponents of rock and roll and rockabilly.

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Saturday, 20:00 – 20:45, at the Scania Stage

Guns or Roses

Guns Or Roses are the UK’s ultimate tribute to ‘the most dangerous band in the world’ – Guns ‘N’ Roses. They incorporate live elements from Gun’s shows such as the famous Slash ‘Godfather’ solo. Formed in 2009, they regularly pack out venues. Consistently blowing audiences away, they’ve even been rated better than the real thing!

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Saturday, 21:15 – 22:30, at the Scania Stage

Guns or Roses

Guns or Roses

Guns Or Roses are the UK’s ultimate tribute to ‘the most dangerous band in the world’ – Guns ‘N’ Roses. They incorporate live elements from Gun’s shows such as the famous Slash ‘Godfather’ solo. Formed in 2009, they regularly pack out venues. Consistently blowing audiences away, they’ve even been rated better than the real thing!

Listen to them here

Saturday, 21:15 – 22:30, at the Scania Stage

The Black Feathers

The Black Feathers

The Black Feathers are a duo whose perfectly paired voices intertwine effortlessly to create elements of folk, roots, Americana and southern rock. Their debut album was met with critical acclaim and broke into the top 10 in the iTunes Country and Americana chart.

The Black Feathers are acoustic, but with enough power and force to drive a sledgehammer. Roots Magazine

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Sunday, 15:15 – 15:45, at the Scania Stage

Mashville

The band’s music is a unique crossover of roots, blues, country and rock – plenty of twang (but not really country…), plenty of power (but not all rock…), plenty of subtle dynamics and above all, as fans who have seen the band will testify – great instinctive musicianship with real imagination and originality. The band has attracted radio play in the UK, the USA and across the Channel in mainland Europe.

Listen to them here

Sunday, 12:30 – 13:30, at the Scania Stage

Mashville

Mashville

The band’s music is a unique crossover of roots, blues, country and rock – plenty of twang (but not really country…), plenty of power (but not all rock…), plenty of subtle dynamics and above all, as fans who have seen the band will testify – great instinctive musicianship with real imagination and originality. The band has attracted radio play in the UK, the USA and and across the Channel in mainland Europe.

Listen to them here

Sunday, 12:30 – 13:30, at the Scania Stage

Johnny Cash Tribute

Kevin has received praise and standing applause for his live performance as the Man in Black, with die-hard Cash fans commenting that he sounds “more like Johnny Cash than Johnny Cash”. Kevin has the privilege of playing with an amazing band capable of pulling off the wide range of styles and genres that Johnny Cash is known for.

Kevin and the band cover Cash from the early recordings right through to the later American recordings such as ‘God’s Gonna Cut You Down’.

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Sunday, 14:00 – 14:45 and 16:00 – 17:00, at the Scania Stage