Somerstock is a Somerton Music & Arts Festival event
Al O'Kane is a West Country troubadour who folds Jimi Hendrix into the sound of Celtic resistance rock 'n' roll. Part Waterboys, part Velvet Underground, Al's music is a cry for action - nestled into a firy acoustic blend...
The common thread running through Young Martyrs is that they keep coming back to a few simple needs; guitars, drums, great lyrics and great harmonies. There's no attempt to be clever, they just play great songs.
This 10-piece dance band puts out the kind of irresistible sound that only a big band can. The rhythm/bass section are rock solid, the brass section produces a wall of sound which hits you right in the diaphragm - great to hear massed horns like this, not to mention excellent lead guitar and keyboards.
The Decatonics are a high energy brass driven ska/mod/soul band based in Dorset, combining some of Bournemouth's best and finest ska musicians.
The Blockheads are an English rock band formed in London in 1977. Originally fronted by lead singer Ian Dury as Ian Dury and the Blockheads, the band has continued to perform since Dury's death in 2000
Jamestown Brothers are a high energy, foot-stomping original indie folk band from Somerset, playing original songs influenced by folk, country and Americana.
A band from the South West which is breaking into the live music scene. Having released an album in 2019 they are looking to hit the stage at full force and make it a night the audience won't forget.
With an electrifying blend of modern roots reggae, bass-heavy riddims, deep dark dub and spine-tingling brass lines, The Barefoot Bandit is becoming a must-watch act on the UK touring and festival circuit.
British born singer-songwriter and musician, Matt Owens came first to prominence as a founder member of indie-folk band Noah and the Whale. Releasing four albums, Noah and the Whale achieved huge success.
Tom has been descibed as a master of a lock pedal, and during lockdown he released his latest EP "Three Chords and Four Walls" to great acclaim.
Ginger bloke, ginger guitar, ginger tunes... Nick’s songs are often tongue-in-cheek and cheerful, and on the rare occasion when fun IS poked (usually at himself) it is always with a wry smile and an element of satire.
The 8-piece band take audiences on a spectacular journey through the golden age of Classic Rock, performing hits from artists such as Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, Bon Jovi, Fleetwood Mac & the Eagles