Dance, Sway, Sit back and relax - here are some of the musical talents we had to offer at the Field to Fork Festival 2018!
Reverie, a Shropshire based duo comprising of Clemmie (vocals) & Damian (guitar & vocals). Clemmie’s heavy Soul influence combined with Damian’s indie background creates unique mashups which breathe new life into old classics. Their eclectic taste in music enables Reverie to be the ideal soundtrack for the opening of the festival! Theyperform unique covers of songs from the 60’s all the way through to current day. From Stevie Wonder to U2, Madonna to Rita Ora, we do it all! The Reverie love to take classic songs and put their own twist on them!
Bouncing Betty are a four piece Funk/Pop/Blues covers band from Telford. Their goal is to entertain all ages with their varied setlist of songs, keeping you singing and dancing all day long!
Woo Town Hillbillies
Fun, energy and hoe-downs...all plentiful when you see The Woo Town Hillbillies. This collective of musicians who really love what they do and it shows! You can expect high-flying bluegrass with tumbling banjo, mandolin and harmonica breaks, all mixed with a smattering of beautiful heartfelt tunes, accompanied by harmonies. So - "grab a pal, kick off your shoes and dance along to the Woo Town blues!"
Dirty Rockin' Scoundrels
The Dirty Rockin Scoundrels are a Midlands-based function band that bring you the best Rock ‘n’ Roll music of the 50s and 60s. With an entertaining and energetic live show, a night with them is guaranteed to rock your socks off and get you moving and grooving all day long!
Groove Dynamite brings explosive Soul, Funk and Disco to your party, wedding or special event. Consisting of vocals, guitar, keys, bass, drums, trumpets and saxophones, these musicians provide a blast of up tempo Soul and Funk favourites that will ignite the fuse to your dancing shoes. Located in Shrewsbury, Groove Dynamite packs dance floors throughout Shropshire and the surrounding counties.
Two Blank Pages
A three-piece band that play folky/country style music or “Folk ‘N’ Roll” as we like to call it. They are generally found in pubs around Shrewsbury making people shout “yee-haw!” while this three-part harmonise over a banjo, acoustic guitar, and electric bass. They play mostly original material with covers peppered into the set.