Regis Centre Studio

 


Saturday 22nd September

Flossie Malavialle


Flossie Malavialle is a French born singer who has been based in the North East of England since 2002. Flossie’s powerful yet sensitive rendition of songs combined with her quaint northern twang and humorous banter will no doubt entertain and leave you with a smile...
Her collection of 12 albums (so far) is a reminder of how much work and dedication she has put into her music career: from well established folk songs to jazz standards, from blues numbers to Edith Piaf and Jacques Brel’s classics, her wide répertoire appeals to all.
Flossie Malavialle

Henry Wacey


Henry Wacey is a folk-rock musician from Somerset’s artistic hub, Frome. He has shared the stage with the likes of Mad Dog Mcrea, Beans on Toast, Funke and The Two Tone Baby, Nick Heyward and many more.
His experience and style have landed him a slots at Glastonbury Festival, plus shows in America and Canada, to name a few.

Henry Wacey

 


Sunday 23rd September

Fred's House


Fred’s House make summery 70’s West Coast inspired folk/rock but have their own distinctively fresh sound that is very much part of now. This group of musicians have the rare ability to sweep you away with their gorgeous three part harmonies, moving lyrics, infectious melodies and uplifting grooves. Among their many influences are bands such as Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles.
Fred's House

Fred's House are a very popular band who have built up a significant following, and they were quickly bringing the house down

Maverick Magazine

Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmonds


There's is an eclectic, roots-based look at love, madness and obsession... and ranges from the jug band
holler of ‘Still Want You Blues’ to a gothic folk adaptation of a little known Percy Shelley poem, ‘Young Parson Richard’, stopping off at many points in between.
Naomi and Paul came together over a mutual love of folk and country music styles. Paul was the mandolin player and songwriter with The Men They Couldn’t Hang; Naomi was the singer and writer of Orbital hit ‘Funny Break’.
At the heart of their new album are Naomi and Paul. Partners in real, as well as musical, life; the album is their mission, their story and, appropriately, a true labour of love.
Naomi Bedford and Paul Simmonds

Both brilliant and original in equal measure

Independent

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