Saturday 2nd June 2018
Doors open 12:00 Midday
Home grown from Liverpool, Girl Talk are six fun-loving, bubbly and energetic girls who sing, rap and dance. Formed and managed by Miguel Doforo – MD Productions, band members Alex, Halle, Katie, Jasmin and Kiera each bring their own individual personalities and style to the group creating a vibrant blend of star quality.
Black And gold
B L A C K & G O L D consists of ten members, three talented vocalists, two female and one male whom all perform a mixture of lead and backing vocals. Three players on brass, saxophone and two trumpeters, the rest of the band is made up of guitar, bass, drummer and keyboard. Covering some of the greatest music ever created from artists such as Al Wilson, Dusty Springfield, Wilson Pickett, Rufus Thomas, Sam Sparrow, Bill Withers, Jr. Walker & The All Stars and many more we are certain to make your night, a night to remember, so put on your dancing shoes and enjoy the music.
Days Above are a four piece rock band from Ellesmere Port. They perform a variety of upbeat & energetic songs, covers from the 60's right up to the modern day as well as original music!
Black Cat Bone
Black Cat Bone met in 2007. They only play about half a dozen gigs a year. They play rock covers from the 60s and 70s e.g. Led Zeppelin, The Who, ZZ Top etc. Richie Richardson is on vocals, Stu Robinson is on drums, Ben Titus is on bass and Tom Walkerdine is on guitar
Shane Nolan Band
Over the last five years the Shane Nolan Band has fast become one of the most in demand covers bands in the UK. Fronted by Shane Ritchie Jnr and backed by 3 amazing talented young musicians, Matt Bamber (Drums), Jack Lavelle (Guitar) and Dave Benkel (Bass Guitar). The guys always deliver a fun, high energy, up-tempo show! The show covers a selection of hits from from all eras including fresh, bang up to date chart hits.
Ultra 90s Fresh
Europe's Premier 90s Dance Anthem Live Touring Production Show! Ultra 90s, formed in 2008 is Europe's Official 1990's Dance Anthem Production Show currently touring the UK. The first show of its kind, takes you back to the most exciting musical movement in decades - the dance era of the 1990's. It's fresh, unique and not to be missed!
John Coghlan's Quo
John Coghlan joined Francis Rossi and Alan Lancaster in their newly-formed band ‘The Spectres’ in 1962. The group went through a series of name changes, including Traffic Jam, before becoming Status Quo in the late 60s when Rick Parfitt also joined the line-up. In the years that followed, a string of chart-topping albums and an almost endless stream of hits included Pictures of Matchstick Men; In My Chair; Paper Plane; Caroline; Down Down; Rain; Wild Side Of Life; Rockin' All over the World, and many more. For Quo fans and critics alike, this time is often regarded as Quo’s “Classic” period.