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Formed in 1989 by noted musician and producer Ian Broudie, the Lightning Seeds are recognised as one of the biggest British bands of the 90s, delivering wispy pop hit singles such as Lucky You, The Life of Riley and Pure. The Lightning Seeds are perhaps best known for their collaboration with Baddiel and Skinner, and the No.1 Football Anthem Three Lions, which brought them back to national attention again during Englands summer of glorious failure at the 2018 World Cup.
from The Wanted
Max George is an internationally recognisable singer and actor. Most well known here for his time with the incredibly successful The Wanted, Max first came to public attention on The X Factor in 2009, where he gained popularity with boyband Avenue. After leaving Avenue, Max joined The Wanted, and had worldwide success with songs like All Time Low and Glad You Came. After The Wanted split in 2014, Max gained popularity in the US by joining hit TV show Glee. More recently, Max has begun a solo career, after releasing his debut single Barcelona.
Doctor & The Medics
Dr and the Medics were formed in 1982 by The Rev Dr. Clive Thomas Jackson. The band has had a very colourful and successful career as both recording artists and performers. Undoubtedly they are been best known for their massive 1986 No.1 Spirit in the Sky, which sold over 24 Million copies world wide and was number 1 in 23 countries.They are also recognised as a great live act, in 1985 the NME referred to them as “THE live band of the year.”
The Grahams are an Americana folk-rock group made up of lifelong musical and romantic partners, Alyssa and Doug Graham. Playing together on a variety of stages, the duo joined together to release their debut album, Riverman’s Daughter, in the fall of 2013. They traveled The Great River Road, writing new songs for the album, which was later produced by Grammy-winner Malcolm Burn.
Wildwood Kin are an English contemporary family indie/folk trio from Exeter, composed of sisters Beth and Emillie and their cousin Meghann. With influences as diverse as Fleetwood Mac and Mumford and Sons, Wildwood Kin released their debut album Turning Tides on Sony Music in 2017, and since the trio have toured extensively, including a set at Glastonbury on the BBC Introducing Stage and a performance at BBC Radio 2 in Hyde Park.
The Native are one of Plymouth’s youngest and hottest bands.The teenagers played early on the bill at Sheb Fest last year, but after a stellar 2018, including a performance at Ocean City Sounds, the release of their debut EP and several performances on BBC Radio Introducing, you can expect to see them a little later in the day in 2019
Relentlessly touring, supporting notable artists such as We Were Promised Jetpacks, Airways, All Tvvins, and performing at key festivals including Leeds, Glastonbury, 2000 Trees, Isle of Wight – to name just a few. For fans of The National, Frightened Rabbit, Kings of Leon, Snow Patrol – BRIDGES create transatlantic, guitar driven music. Hard hitting songs that are honest, raw and heartfelt.