12:00 Drake’s Progress
3 piece folk group
13:00 Graham Hodge
A seasoned singer songwriter who's been performing in and around Yorkshire since the 60's (he started young).
14:30pm to 15:15pm Paula Ryan
Paula www.paularyan.co is a compelling SINGER-SONGWRITER, born and bred in Tipperary, Ireland, whose POWERFUL, insightful songs accompanied on Marimba. Guitar, Bazouki & Bodhran are inspired by the LYRICISM and musical PASSION of her Irish Gaelic ROOTS & driven by the FUNKY rhythmic influences and “WACKY” instruments of music from other cultures.
15:45 Martin Heaton
Singer/ songwriter. Contemporary folk /country rock blues style songs
17:00 Trevor and June
Folk music with a Celtic flavour – haunting tunes and thoughtful ballads
12:00 John Avery
Guitar and vocal covers.
13:15pm – 14:00pm Katie and the Questions
Born out of a love for powerpop music and formed from the kitchen sinks of East Yorkshire, Katie & The Questions are an electronic pop group that take inspiration from some of the great pop songs of the past and present, they will be playing songs from their latest album 'Answers' and a selection of interesting cover songs.
14.30 The Mick O'Hara Band
This great three piece band (guitar/mandolin, keyboards, flute and vocals) will be knocking out some quirky covers - not to be missed!
15:45 Rich Harris and the Inland Empire
A blues inspired 5 piece with folk elements. Moving from soul sounds to foot stomping stink face blues. Inspired by Van Morrison, Rolling Stones and the Beatles. Every performance is unique and moulded live on stage.
16.30 Carrie Martin
Carrie Martin is an accomplished guitarist,composer and singer of folk acoustic material,very much in the tradition of Eva Cassidy and KT Tunstall but with a
unique, powerful and distinctive identity as a vocalist and writer.
Her first album 'Luna' was widely praised : "Taking a leaf out of Eva Cassidy's book,from the opening bars of ' White Feather falling' Carrie lifts her lyrics into a dimension which sets her well apart from the strumming horde." - Julian Piper ( Acoustic Magazine )
19:30 Henry Raby MC’s for our Sunday night Festival Wrap Party
Henry lives in York, and is a performance poet, theatre-maker, play-wright, workshop facilitator and associate artist of The Red Ladder Theatre Company
Henry has performed across the country at various gigs, poetry nights, festivals and arts events, as well as touring his solo show. “He smashes it every time I see him”- Mark Grist, Dead Poets & Rogue Teacher
19.45 Greg's Dog
Gregs Dog are a folk rock covers band playing everything from classic rock to modern pop!
20:45 Under the Bridge
A band formed in the heart of the Yorkshire Wolds who perform classic and contemporary indie folk/country in their own unique style, blending male and female harmonies alongside accomplished guitar playing. Recently they supported the popular Scottish band Skerryvore at the Bell Hotel in Driffield.
21:30 Mike Gledhill
Local guitar hero Mike Gledhill with some awesome finger-picking.
2pm to 3pm Vanessa Simmons - classical pianist.
Not to be missed! Vanessa Simmons is a pianist, composer and singer-songwriter originally from Pocklington. Her compositions for piano are painted landscapes of mountains, waterfalls, starry skies. She is influenced by the poetry of Tennyson, Blake, Tolkien and Baudelaire. Her debut album 'Fragile Stars' is now selling in 14 countries. Join her for an relaxing hour of beautiful piano music which transcends time and space. To read more about Vanessa go to: www.reverbnation.com/vanessasimmons