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Beth Nielsen Chapman is one of the pre-eminent singer/songwriters of her generation. Renowned for her pure, powerful and clear voice, Beth has become one of the most distinctive portrayers of resilience and human vulnerability.
Still playing to packed-out venues the world over, the legendary punk band will be showcasing their latest stuff alongside classic punk tunes, including New Rose, Love Song, Smash It Up and I Just Can’t Be Happy Today (as well as their hit cover of Eloise). In their latest album, So, Who’s Paranoid?, The Damned still display, after 32 years, their trademark brand of dark melodic irony, blended with caustic political satire - perhaps more relevant now than ever. Headed by classic band members Dave Vanian and Captain Sensible, along with Monty Oxy Moron, Pinch and Stu West, The Damned have lost none of their energy, music; melody and lyrical diversity combined in an intoxicating potion that stirs the blood and sets the pulse racing.
Over the course of his extraordinary career, Don McLean has sold over 40 gold and platinum records worldwide. The classic hit, American Pie was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002, and in 2004 Don himself was inducted into the Song Writers Hall of Fame. He has sold out arenas worldwide, performing 12 world tours and has performed more than 3,500 concert appearances.
West Indian born, Birmingham bred singer-songwriter. Effortlessly eclectic, Joan performs such classics hits as Love and Affection, Down to Zero and Drop the Pilot.
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.
Lloyd Cole has been respected as one of the country's best songwriter. Classic tracks such as Perfect Skin, Forest Fire, Brand New Friend and Lost Weekend are testimony to that.
Rebecca first shot to fame in 2010 as a finalist in the seventh series of The X Factor. Undeterred by the narrow loss to Matt Cardle, Rebecca released her critically acclaimed debut album Heaven the following year. Her second album Freedom was also a Top 10 hit, and consolidated the Scouse singer's position as one of the most promising young artists in the country.