JONNY DAY - Jonny Day has been an avid folk musician for many years and has performed at many festivals and events as a solo musician, playing a 12-string guitar, 5 string banjo, harmonica and a boot! After releasing his debut album in April 2018 (a concept folk album, chronologically telling the story of the peasants’ revolt of 1381), Jonny performed a live theatrical version at many venues including the Tower of London itself. He then released an EP (Journey) which he produced himself. "Journey" is packed full of personal songs including lyrics regarding mental health and his "Journey" into the music industry. Jonny has had the pleasure of performing across the country from the Lake District to Suffolk where he resides. Facebook

FALSE COLOURS - Award-winning British indie jangle folk duo ‘False Colours’ bring a refreshing blend of honesty, professionalism and playful self-deprecation to the stage, performing their unique and intricate style of happy/sad intricate folk music. Facebook

THE KETTLE GIRLS - Heather, Jenny and Ilona have been singing together in one form or another for the past 30 years, beginning with a youth singing group run by Heather with Jenny and Ilona among the members. For the past fifteen years, the Kettle Girls have sung together as a three-strong vocal harmony group with a penchant for jazz, folk, contemporary and traditional pieces. They’re an eclectic mix of everything and are influenced by noises they love, words that make them laugh, songs that break hearts and any piece that lends itself to a beautiful harmony [and sometimes a prop or two!] Facebook

BROOKE TELLING - Brooke Telling is a 22 year old acoustic singer / songwriter hailing from the wilds of East Anglia. Brooke has a unique style and passion for creating and performing her own compositions and covering a variety of her favourite popular folk songs. Facebook

MIKE GAGE - Suffolk based singer/songwriter, currently involved with 2 bands Suffolk Slappers (Rockabilly covers) and Stone Crows (original Alternative heavy rock). My solo set consists of stripped-back versions of tunes from these bands and my own acoustic solo songs, plus a few random covers from an eclectic variety of music. Some may say at the age of 54 it’s time to grow up, but when there’s music in ya blood, that’s easier said than done. Facebook

AARTWORK - Aartwork are a CelticFolkFfusion band based in Suffolk, playing mainly original tunes composed by Hebridean-born Art and songs penned by Claire. Aartwork have expanded from a duo into a full five piece Celtic groove, their tunes creating a lively, feel-good atmosphere. Aartwork play parties, festivals, ceilidhs and pubs. Facebook

PETER HEPWORTH - “Instantly identifiable, Hepworth’s beautiful, funny and sometimes painful folk songs paint colourful and personal stories, intimately portrayed through his jovial and idiosyncratic interpretation of the world around him. Inspired by legends such a Joni Mitchell, Don Mclean and Neil Young, and following that 70s ethos, Peter performs with an emotional clarity reminiscent of an early day Paul Simon.” Facebook

AIMEE IRIS - I am a bubbly acoustic singer/songwriter from Ipswich. I love writing original songs and putting my own spin on some classic hits. My favourite thing when playing a gig is audience participation so please feel free to join in and sing along. I will be performing a variety of acoustic bedroom pop and chilled out hits. If this is something you enjoy please feel free to check out my social media @aimeeirismusic. Facebook

BEX & FREDA – Bex and Freda are a duo consisting of Bex on ukulele (named Freda – although it’s usually Georgie now) and Jim on percussion. In 2016 the duo released their debut EP, From Where I Stand, which gained airplay on BBC Suffolk Introducing and other local stations. Bex’s songs are mostly inspired by personal experience and cover all sorts of topics including love, life, hate, spiders, cider, politics, children, litter, the internet, lockdown troubles and idiots. You Tube Facebook

JAMES MORGAN – James Morgan first picked up a guitar at the age of twelve, in order to become windswept and interesting to women. That didn’t really work, but he is pretty good with a six-string... Hailing from darkest Suffolk, James crafts folk songs for the modern age, with a hefty lump of punk sensibility thrown in for good measure. Not to be missed! Facebook

ADAM YOUNGMAN – Singer-songwriter from Ely, Cambridgeshire. Writing, recording and self-producing music in the indie-folk and lo-fi genres. Facebook

BILLY HUNT - After drastically turning his life around Billy Hunt has released three singles and is very much on his way after signing a deal with an agent in London. He has recently played his first gig in Camden and has many more shows in the city lined up as well as several local gigs and a series of open mics that he runs. Billy takes influence from Catfish and The Bottlemen, Bruce Springsteen and The Kooks and brings a sweet, soulful acoustic indie sound that promises to please! In another life he was known as a bit of a wild man and his songs tell stories of all the tales he has lived and learnt without sparing the details! . Facebook

ABERRANT DABBLER - Aberrant Dabbler (Joe Moses Leggett) is a Kent-based, Suffolk-raised, alternative musician. His prime tools of choice are the mandolin and loop pedal. Inspired by an eclectic array of genres from folk and jazz to rock and metal, Ab' Dab' may intrigue those looking for something a tad... Weirder. Facebook