A few photos I took on the day… (1) No Exit, (2) Mania, (3) Iain Cobby, (4) Benjamin Davies, (5) Louise Dooris and Kate Ashton, (6) Mick Bolton and Friends, (7) Phil Little, (8) Mick Bolton, (9) The Dan Large Band, (10) Harry Mousley, (11) AutistiX, (12) Simon Shaw, (13) Pass The Cat.
Jon McCallion… Missed Paul Dove by 10 mins, Phil Gills band was tops as normal Pete Prescott done a good job for the sixteenth time, Liane Carroll with hubs also tops, all good, Factrio went on early sad we didn’t see them. We enjoyed all that we saw.
Alan Esdaile… Early Part of the Day – Well done to Pete Prescott for another brilliant day and with over £21,000 raised for Macmillan Cancer Support. For the early part of the day, among the acts I saw were ‘No Exit’ opened the show on the main stage with a solid performance as always. Followed by ‘Mania‘ with Iain Cobby. A great renditioning of It Won’t Be Long and with two of the group only being 13 and 15 they worked really well together. ‘Mick Bolton & Friends‘ always a pleasure to hear Mick play and with Phil Little & Barry Jones on board they gave an excellent version of Things We Said Today. ‘Now and Then’ these were the stand out for me, first class acapella quartet, amazing voices. ‘Dan Large Band‘ Dan’s always passionate how he plays and you can tell he loved every minute and so did the audience. ‘Pass The Cat’ first class musicians with a unique sound, had the audience moving to the hypnotic beats. Caught Liane Carroll from a distance sounding amazing as always. Among the youngsters were ‘Harry Mousley’. This guys got lots of potential and really good. Great version of When I’m Sixty Four’. My sister Cheryl said ‘The Sound Waves Community Choir were excellent and Poppy Prescott was very good.
Anyone else got other reviews?
video by Kevin Burchett
Dan Large… Thank you Alan, really nice photo 🙂
Yvonne Cleland… Pass The Cat are a superb band
Tony Qunta… Yes they were fantastic!
Geoff Peckham… Factrio. Here we are. For those who missed Factrio downstairs, this is what we looked like. We might be playing as a foursome in a couple of months!
supplied by Geoff Peckham
Andy Qunta… Excellent!
Yvonne Cleland… I heard they were brilliant.