Performers: Concert

Pauline Black and Arthur ‘Gaps’ Hendrickson

The beginnings of The Selecter arose in 1977, forming a band which become “The Selecter,” with this first track being featured on the b-side to the Specials’ single “Gangsters.” Neol Davies (guitar) then recruited Desmond Brown (hammond organ), Charley Anderson (bass), Compton Amanor (guitar), Arthur ‘Gaps’ Hendrickson (vocals), Charley ‘H’ Bembridge (drums) and finally vocalist… Read more »

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James Hendry

British conductor James Hendry joined the Jette Parker Young Artists Programme at the Royal Opera House from the start of the 2016/17 Season. Engagements in his first Season included conducting Handel’s Oreste and the Young Artists’ Summer Performance, in addition to joining the music staff for Der Rosenkavalier, Adriana Lecouvreur, Madama Butterfly, Otello and Turandot for The Royal Opera and Les Enfants Terribles for The Royal… Read more »

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Gareth Heesom

Gareth is a singer/songwriter from the North West, He has been described as a cross between Bob Dylan and Bon Jovi. With songs that tell stories or convey emotion, A rock tinged voice that floats over country/folk acoustic wings.

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Misschief

Cheshire covers band with heart and soul, light and shade. From background love songs to rock and pop, all delivered with passion for music.

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Inkonsoulable

Formed in early 2018, Inkonsoulable are beginning to make waves in the North West gig circuit. David Cannon and Kieran Gilchrist, who form two thirds of the trio, will be appearing as an acoustic duo.

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Fay and Deon

Here we welcome a fresh and upcoming acoustic duo, Fay and Deon. Engaging and authentic covers of well known artists that span over the decades for all to enjoy.

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The Coral

The Coral were formed in 1996 in Hoylake on the Wirral Peninsula, their popularity is reflected in having sold over a million UK albums since their debut EP release in 2001, five of those hitting the top ten, including the chart-topping “Magic and Medicine” (2003).

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Louise Marshall

Born in Oldham, Lancashire Louse was a musical ingénue since 15 months of age. She was immersed in music from her youth, beginning piano lessons at five and music theory lessons at seven.

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