Its the Cantina’s 10th Anniversary
All artists info below :
John Miller’s Country Casuals – Good old, foot tapping & toe healing real classic Honky Tonkin music direct from Country music’s capital, Glasgow Scotland.
Big Red & The Grinners– Playing wild & diverse cover tunes in a hot & zany Bluegrass style, just doesn’t do this 5-piece troupe justice. They are one of the most popular bands in the region (& for good reason) & a local treasure.
Blue Lass (Bluegrass band)– Putting the lass into Bluegrass, the all-new female band playing that prairie music.
Simeon Hammond Dallas – She’s a favourite of Robert Plant & a favourite of ours too. This Camden Town born singer-songwriter fuses Country, a little Blues, and a big dollop of Soul to create her very own blend of Americana music.
Vee Jay Specials (Cajun band) – Led by fiddle maestro Jock Tyldesley (Old Rope String Band/Flatville Aces) this four – piece Cajun band make their first visit up north.
Good Guy Hank – From the harmonious Heartlands of Scotland and the musical metropolis of Melbourne, Australia, Good Guy Hank bring all of the heartbreak, joy and everything in-between of authentic Bluegrass & old style Country music.
Vera Van Heeringen – A consummate flat -picking guitarist, highly acclaimed by her contemporaries, Vera also writes awesome songs, firmly rooted in the transatlantic tradition.
Our Man In The Field – Sweet & real folk – country songs from Alex Ellis & chums. Think Ray LaMontagne meets Foy Vance, if raised in Saltburn, Teesside.
Miss Mary & Her Mr Rights– Some good old – fashioned vintage Rock’n’Roll and RnB from the crooning Miss Mary & her red-hot band of musician’s The Mr Rights.
Shipcote & Friends– Take your cowboy boots off & put your slippers on & relax to the easy going self -penned tunes of this acclaimed troupe.
Nev Clay – Our favourite songster, this eligible bachelor will charm everybody & anybody on the farm with his whimsical & highly unique songs & stories.
The Mount Hooley Band – Allendale’s local heroes The Mount Hooleys play fun packed country in a medicine show style of their own.
Side Café Orkestar – Newcastle based ensemble, play a mixture of Klezmer, Hot Club Swing, Balkan, and other eclectic melodies and songs.