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The New Foundations 9.30 pm to 10.45pm

The New Foundations are a great 6 piece band, and one of the few that recaptures that authentic Motown sound.

The Foundations featuring Clem Curtis and Colin Young enjoyed worldwide recognition with such great classic hits as: Baby Now I've Found You (No 1 in UK) - Build Me Up Buttercup (No 1 in UK) - Back On My Feet Again (No12 in UK) - In The Bad Bad Old Days (Top 20 in UK)

Now, The New Foundations recapture their classic sound! The New Foundations have enjoyed success on the major circuits in The UK, Germany and Denmark. The band are seven seasoned professionals who offer the highest standard and quality in their performances, bringing with them their wealth of experience in stage, screen and recording.

The New Foundations play all the great hits of The Foundations plus an extensive repertoire of 60's, Soul and Motown classics!


R’n’Beatles 8.00pm to 9.00pm

If you have ever wondered what it would have been like to witness the birth of arguably the world’s greatest band, then now’s your chance to find out. The R’n’Beatles specialise in performing songs from the legendary Cavern Club and Hamburg era which include all the early hits as well as the songs that influenced the Fab Four.

Band of Hope 6.30 to 7.30pm



























Band of Hope are a British indie-folk-rock band from Wallingford, Oxfordshire. The band consists of Tom Crook (lead vocals, guitar, principal songwriter), Paul Whitty (keys, multi-instrumentalist), Amy Roy (vocals, cello), Drew Milloy (bass, multi-instrumentalist), Ben Smith (violin, mandolin), Sarah Morgan (drums) and Matt Allwright (pedal-steel guitar). Individually they've graced studios and stages with the likes of Mew, Danny & The Champions of the World, Jackie Oates, Ben Marwood, and Sadie & the Hotheads.

Together they are an eclectic indie-rock collective, touching on genres such as folk and country while keeping the emphasis on solid song-craft.

Extra Mile Recordings artist Ben Marwood has recently recorded a cover of their song Baby You’re A Mess for his latest album, Get Found.

The band also featured as the backing band for Neil Halstead of Slowdive’s last solo LP, Palendrome Hunches. "Causing a stir on both the BBC Introducing circuit as well as the unnaturally vibrant Oxford scene, Band of Hope are experts of dark, inherently tragic country-folk, in the realms of Villagers and the ballads of Jonny Cash."

The "As his backing band for the new project, Halstead turned to the Wallingford, Oxfordshire musical collective Band Of Hope, a like-minded outfit of rustic English folk rockers." Direct Current |