Jack Durtnall is a London-based musician, singer and songwriter with a wide range of influences. Jack's work has been critically acclaimed by Radio 1 as BBC introducing Track of The Week (March 2014), supported by BBC London introducing in 2016 and nominated for Glastonbury Emerging Talent in 2014 and 2015, with a shortlist for Larmer Tree Festival's Breakthrough Music Awards 2014 as a solo artist.
Sophie Janna sings dark songs from eras past as if they were written yesterday. This "heavenly-voiced Amsterdam singer" (fRoots) combines strong folk songs with great storytelling and unites a clear, stirring voice with percussive playing on guitar, mbira and bodhrán. The person who guesses the correct number of deaths and broken hearts at the end of a gig will get a reward.
Senegalese master musician Jali Fily Cissokho plays the 21 string West African kora/harp. He comes from a long line of griot musicians and creates a unique natural musical blend that spans centuries and continents. He appears with Natureboy (aka Dave Noble), an equally versatile performer who plays guitar, double bass, sitar plus many other instruments.