Sunday 23rd September 2012

What's on!                 

09.00 - 10.00

Yoga with Tanya - please bring a yoga mat

 

   

10.00 - 14.00

Various Workshops - Green woodworking | Nature Activities | Guided Wildlife Walk | Arts and Crafts | Healing | Zumba | Dance | Music - banjo, guitar, voice | Face painting and more. Look out for more information on site about where and when to find them. 

 

   

John Gallagher

13.00 - bar stage

An Irish singer songwriter with a phenomenal voice, and guitar style. He plays a repertoire of his own beautiful music with a variety of both deep and seriously uplifting songs.

 

 

 

 

 

  John Gallagher

Saturday Sun

14.00 - main stage 

Saturday Sun are a 4 piece hailing from Swanage, Dorset on the south coast of England. They live in an abandoned Grammar School, play music and enjoy themselves. They say their music "is influenced by great music, great ideology and great times”. Comparisons have been made to John Martyn, Nick Drake, Radiohead and Sigur Ros. They recently released their debut EP, The Seagull EP, the lead track from the EP, called “Seagull” is featured in the soundtrack to the thriller “House at the end of the Street” scheduled for release in the USA in September 2012.

www.saturdaysunmusic.co.uk

 

  Saturday Sun

Emily Howard 

15.00 - bar stage

Emily is a gifted young singer songwriter with a unique presence, bringing you soft hearted melodies with a hint of the blues, with an eclectic combination of original material, with some adapted covers.

 

 

 

  Emily Howard

Penzance Youth String Orchestra

15.20 - bar stage

Are a group of young players aged between 11 and 18 years old from across Cornwall, rehearsing under Tim Boulton. They will open their set with Karl Jenkings popular ‘Paladio’ – known as the music from the De Beers advert, followed by a Concerto Grosso by Corelli, written 300 years ago but still as fresh and lively as when it was first performed.  The main piece last year‘Jazz Patchwork’, a four movement piano concerto completed by Ben Comeau, an exceptionally talented young pianist and composer from Truro. We have yet to learn what treats they have for us this year. 

www.pyso.org.uk

  PYSO

Gabs Huxstep

16.30 - bar stage

Another of Lizard’s fantastic musicians, she ‘wows’ audiences wherever she goes, often taking a tear or two with her as she sings heart felt pop songs, with one of the most spectacular voices you’ve ever heard.

 

 

 

  Gabs Huxstep

Duotone

17.00 - main stage

Duotone is the name under which Barney Morse-Brown (cellist for The Imagined Village and Chris Wood’s Handmade Life) and James Garrett (London based singer-song writer and percussionist) write and perform their own contemporary acoustic songs. They loop guitars, cellos, percussion and voices to create ethereal soundscapes for their poignant lyrics to weave in and out. 

Following hugely successful appearances at End of the Road Festival and London’s South Bank Centre in 2010 Duotone have regularly been mesmerising audiences around the country with their shows that breathlessly move from riotous energy all the way down to the most delicate moments of heartfelt intimacy.

www.duotonemusic.com

 

  Duotone

 Flats and Sharps

18.20 - main stage

Play bluegrass for the love of it and thrill audiences with their harmonies and instruments. They aim “to put a smile on your face, get your toes a tappin’ and make you feel good”.

“Flats and Sharps may be one of newest names on the British Bluegrass/Folk scene… Oh but what a band!” They started to make a name for themselves while buskin' in Penzance. Gigs soon followed. When they went to Sore Fingers Week they received a standing ovation in the Student concert, a first. Their successes have led to festival gigs at Orwell, Didmarton, Gower and the Cornish Bluegrass Festival. We are really looking forward to this one

www.flatsandsharps.co.uk

 

  Flats and Sharps

Adam Parfitt

19.30 - main stage

Adam is an exceptionally talented singer and guitarist playing a mixture of acoustic rock and modern covers. 

 

 

 

 

  Adam Parfitt

The Zen Hussies

21.00 - main stage

The Zen Hussies create a highly original and characteristic slice of contemporary roots music. They meld a diverse range of genres (Swing, Rhythm and Blues, Ska, Dixieland, Rockabilly, Calypso), culminating in a punked-up swing-ska sound. They are trail blazers for new artists enjoying the resurgence of interest in pre-war music. Naturally fusing these musical influences into an instantly recognisable and contemporary sound, they avoid the trap of mere nostalgia and simple gimmicks.

A memorable name on the live circuit now for a decade, performing over a thousand gigs onstages of all shapes and sizes, the Zen Hussies are very much a live band, long renowned for their high energy and marathon length sets, gregarious showmanship, deft musicianship and good humour alike. The Zen Hussies prove popular with DJs and fans across Europe and beyond, with recent releases in Japan to much success.

www.zenhussies.com

  The Zen Hussies

Open Mic Session

22.30 - 0200 - Fire Pit

  Open mic
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