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Swedish folk duo First Aid Kit, aka sisters Klara and Johanna Soderberg, started songwriting as teenagers, but first came to real prominence in 2008 when their cover of Fleet Foxes' ?Tiger Mountain Pleasant Song' went viral on YouTube. First signed to The Knife's Rabid Records label, the pair have garnered attention from the likes of Jack White and Conor Oberst (of Bright Eyes), and have since collaborated with both.
Born and raised in Bethesda, North Wales, Gruff Rhys has carved out an incredible career path as a songwriter and performer.
Gruff Rhys comes to Soho Theatre to celebrate the release of American Interior - a bold and ambitious multiplatform tale of adventure. The project documents Rhys' most recent musical road trip: retracing the fantastical adventure of his 18th Century relative, the explorer John Evans...
As exciting as their new material is, Levellers' illustrious career speaks for itself. After almost 25 years of effortless musicality, incisive songwriting, and a passionate, dedicated approach, they have notched up 6 gold albums and 21 charting singles.
Shanties and Cornish folk songs
Sam Bailey stole the hearts of a nation on X Factor and since winning her feet have barely touched the ground.
Sam's album THE POWER OF LOVE, due for release on the 24th March, is the triumphant soundtrack of a woman who dares to keep on dreaming.
Seth has a strong youthful voice and is a talented multi-instrumentalist who plays a guitar, violin and viola. In 2005 he was nominated for Best Original Song and Best Newcomer at the 2005 BBC Folk Acoustic Awards.
Acclaimed as one of the greatest modern British front-women.
Sharleen Spiteri, from Glasgow, is famous for fronting the millionselling UK pop rock band called Texas. Three multi-platinum albums, 13 top ten hits. After one solo record she is about to launch a second one. This time she's thinking not just music but movies! Picture it - a whole record of her favourite movie songs recorded in Holywood. It is called Sharleen Spiteri - The Movie Songbook.
Famous for their catchy pop versions of old ?50s US rock ?n roll songs as much as their flamboyant Teddy Boy look, dance routines and numerous television appearances, Showaddywaddy will take to the Pitlochry stage for the first time in what promises to be a finger clicking, side-stepping, rock ?n roll evening. From a catalogue of hits from over 30 years (their first single, Hey Rock ?n Roll was released in 1974), they perform timeless pop favourites such as Under The Moon of Love, Heartbeat and Blue Moon.