Sunday 2017 Line-Up 

Sunday Headliner

 

 

9.45pm-11.15pm Sunset Stage

Since 2009, Land of the Giants have been pulling crowds to tents to groove until they sweat with their foot-stomping beats and contagious enthusiasm. A brass section that will make you grin from ear to ear, a heavy toe-tapping bass line and Andy Quick’s sensuous, soaring vocals will make you wonder why you’ve never danced your socks off to The Giants before.


In 2015, the Plymouth-based boys brought a brand new, funk-inspired EP to the table in the name of “Surrender”. A collection of high-energy summer sounds, with just a lick of calypso, that absolutely demand to be played at full volume out of your stereo.

The last three years have seen The Giants unrepentingly tour the length and breadth of the UK, spreading their fresh and accessible sounds to venues and festivals alike. From packed out stages at Glastonbury, Boomtown and Beautiful Days to rocking venues from Ireland to India, LOTG are well on their way to global domination.

The six-piece collective scooped Best Band in the most recent Southwest Music Awards and have been tipped by many as one of the best emerging live bands in the country. So put your hands up, surrender, and get those dancing shoes on.

 

 

The Jeremiahs 12.00-1.15 Sunset Stage

The Jeremiahs combine original and traditional material to create a performance that's not to be missed.
Since forming in September the band have rapidly become popular on the Dublin Folk scene. Having different musical backgrounds has helped the band to create a truly original sound.
With a repetoire consisting of old and new folk songs from Ireland, Scotland and England originality is to the forefront.

Coupled with Joe's lilting singing are newly composed melodies played by Brian and JC with a fiery passion.

 

Abraxas Ensemble 1.15-2.05 Sunset Stage

 

Regulars at Covent Garden where they perform perform fortnightly at Sarastro restaurant on Drury Lane, Covent Garden

The Abraxas Ensemble was formed in 1999 as a string quartet but now perform with combinations of up to 8 different musicians.

The Ensemble have a large variety of repertoire to suit all tastes, from classical through to jazz, traditional and pop arrangements.

 

 

Press Gang 2.15-3.15pm Bar Stage

 The Press Gang are a group of friends who have a mutual passion for singing songs of the sea and Cornwall. Difficult to describe but a pleasure to listen to, The Press Gang's primary aim is to have humorous and harmonious fun!

 

 

 

Guest Folk performer 5.20pm-6.20pm Sunset Stage

Special Guest Folk Act (Solo)

A real treat. We can't wait for this Devon based folk artist to perform at Little Big Gig.

 

 

Winter Mountain 6.40-19.40pm Bar Stage

Hailing from the shores of Cornwall, UK Winter Mountain is a blend of melodic rock songs, an extraordinary voice and heartfelt lyrics in a sound reminiscent of a time before digital recording when the emphasis fell on the importance of live performance and the essence of the song.

 

 

SN Dubstation 7.40pm-8.40pm Sunset Stage

SN Dubstation

 

 

SN Dubstation are a Swindon based reggae/Dub/Ska band. Merging influence from all genres of music, their sound will get you into party mode.

The sound merges trippy synths, twangy guitars, melodic horns, pounding bass lines and beats you can't help but move to. 

 

Saint Agnes 8.40pm-9.35pm Bar Stage

Psych-rock four-piece Saint Agnes have created a unique cinematic sound and a rock ’n’ roll Gothic image to match.
East Londoners Kitty Austin and Jon Tufnell front the Saint Agnes band. The band make the most of having two singers, their voices are equal in strength, they each have solo parts and work in great harmonies. 
Saint Agnes describe themselves as psychedelic/pop/rock. They are loud, sexy and a bit goth but they don’t limit their fan base.
Saint Agnes create a massive unique sound of dirty rock n roll with psychedelic organs, screaming guitars and haunting harmonica. 

 

The Land of the Giants 9.45pm-11.15pm Sunset Stage

Caitlin Stage

11am till 11.45pm Roger Heathers.(S)
12pm till 12.45pm Jamie Bridger.(S)
1pm till 1.45pm Sammy Janas.(S)
2pm till 2.45pm Declan Kitchener.(S)
3pm till 3.45pm Dave Jenkin.(S)
4pm till 4.45pm Du Glas.(B)
5pm till 5.45pm Tom Cary.(S)
6pm till 6.45pm James Dixon.(S)
7pm till 7.45pm Tennysons Twin.(S)
8pm till 9pm Whippletree Ceildh Band.(B)