Saturday Headline Band
Counterfeit Quo formed in Essex in early 1995 by four hardened Quofans who set out to recreate the dynamic Quo performances of old. The band's reputation spread rapidly and they have now toured every region of the U.K., ventured into Europe and featured on local and national BBC Radio.
An adrenaline charged set crashes its way through many of Quo's″ top tenchart hits including In The Army, Down Down, Whatever You Want and RockingAll Over The World, whilst still paying tribute to glorious earlier albums like Piledriver, Hello and 'Quo'
So what you get is Heads Down, No-Nonsense Boogieplayed on the familiar beaten up green and white Telecasters by the denim clad likenesses of Status Quo. The bandhas also had the honour of working with original Quo drummer John Coghlan, current bassist John 'Rhino' Edwards, and been given the seal of approval from no less than Quo's very own Francis Rossiand Rick Parfitt.
Cydonia Knights are a tribute band from Southampton, England to one of the world biggest rock bands 'Muse' who have sold over 20 million albums worldwide & won multiple grammy, NME & MTV live music awards.
Formed by Muse fans, for Muse fans, we have been playing UK music venues & festivals since the beginning of 2015. Since the start our goal has been to give Muse (& live music) fans exactly what they want from a tribute act, an unparalleled Muse experience as close to the real thing as possible!
The Session are band of post-modern chaotic minstrels who will take you on a journey through urban fables, mixing tales of hobos 'n' harlots, bigots 'n' sinners, and blokes they met in the woods.....
The Rooters were formed in 1991 touring throughout the country ever since delivering an authentic and passionate show in a celebration of classic rock.
The band showcase songs from bands such as Thin Lizzy, Queen, Metallica, Black Stone Cherry, Thunder, Black Sabbath, Rush, Lynard Skynyrd, Ozzy, Iron Maiden, Deep Purple amongst many more artists.
Jamie Williams and the Roots Collective
If you want to see and hear a great fun live band playing great original music then we are a must for you!
Check out our videos and see how much fun we have and how we like to boogie. With Jamie's original music and a couple covers done our way that helps make it a great fun live show.
We have now been signed to 3M's Music and recently recorded our first album with them. We go down well at festivals and gigs alike we are now playing all over the UK
Ken Wood and the Mixers
A riotous, seven-piece troupe of gutbucket soul heroes, specialising in their own unique blend of bold, brassy soul, stomping R&B and ludicrous on-stage antics.
Spearheaded by that whirling R&B dervish Mr Kenneth B Woode, our irresistible, barnstorming and faintly ramshackle sound is laced with tricks, raps, routines and things getting broken. And the occasional bum note.
It's not pretty, but it sho' is one hell of a party - so break out a fresh pack of industrial-strength odour-eaters and come on in!
Firedaze is Jen, Steff and String. Their influences include Irish Traditional (Travellin' has a chorus perfectly based on an Irish figure), rock, blues and jazz and something that once might have been klezmer.
The key instrument is Jen's fiddle which soars over the songs & String's melodic bass playing and Steff's guitar form the foundation.
Firedaze play "Folk, Rock and Rhythms you can dance to". It's a form of Modern Folk that's basically rock guitars, folky fiddle, bass, foot percussion and looped, driving beats all with Steff's distinctive and strong vocals over the top and a healthy dollop of backing vocal harmonies throughout.
Glenn Godfrey is a UK Singer-Songwriter, born and raised in Essex and has been writing song lyrics since he was thirteen. During his musical journey he has had his talents praised by the one and only, Ed Drewett, songwriter of hits such as 'All Time Low' (The Wanted), 'Dear Darlin' (Olly Murs) & 'Best Song Ever' (One Direction) - a huge achievement!
Glenn has had the privilege of performing on the main stage at Brownstock Festival based in Chelmsford, performing alongside the likes of; Tom Odell, Professor Green, Devlin, Mark Ronson and The Fratellis, just to name a few. He was also asked to turn on the Christmas lights in Stoke-On-Trent, from the radio station (Signal1) based there and to perform a few of his personal, original tracks during this time too.