MATT IS A BRITISH SINGER-SONGWRITER AND MUSICIAN, WHO CAME TO PROMINENCE AS ONE OF THE FOUNDER MEMBERS OF INDIE-FOLK BAND NOAH AND THE WHALE, AND FOR FRONTING ROCK’N’ROLL BAND LITTLE MAMMOTHS.
WE ARE INCREDIBLY EXCITED TO HAVE HAVE MATT JOIN US FOR MARSHFEST 2019, AND GRATEFUL HE CAN TAKE TIME OUT OF HIS BUSY SCHEDULE PROMOTING HIS AMAZING CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED DEBUT ALBUM, 'WHISKEY AND ORCHIDS,' WHICH WAS RELEASED IN JANUARY - AVAILABLE NOW ON SPOTIFY
After such an amazing knock out performance last year, we're so excited to have Marshfield's very own, hugely popular Hip Hop act, Stay Hungry back for Marshfest 2019.
The critically acclaimed Part Brothers have released an number of EPs to rave reviews...
...The evolution of inspirational Hip Hop is in the safe hands of STAY HUNGRY.
Their signature style seamlessly combines Alex's raw vocal style with Theo's honest and flo-ectic rap.With their natural sibling chemistry, their performances demonstrate a winning combination of energy, confidence and enthusiasm..
From old style Chicago to West Coast swinging blues, add in a big slice of Jump Jive and Rock & Roll - this is the driving sound of Haney’s Big House.
Top vocals with a driving rhythm section topped off with killer Harmonica licks and blistering guitars guaranteed to shake the House and get everybody dancing.
Haney's Big House is a five-piece Rhythm & Blues combo performing in the traditional 1940s/50s style, playing on period-vintage instruments, and they look the part as well as sounding great!
After an astounding set at Marshfest last year, we are super super happy to have Haney's Big House back for another year, promoting their new Album "Herding Cats", available on Spotify now...
Train to Skaville are a Ska, reggae, rocksteady band from the Caribbean Island of Wiltshire. Ideal for pubs, parties, festivals, pitch invasions and events where you want to have that feelgood summer vibe even when the weather is awful!!
Well folks, we ticked the box for awful weather last year, but there was still a massive ska shaped hole in our line up! So, we are so pleased to welcome Train to Skaville to the Marshfest 2019. They have a huge following, and never disappoint, so make sure you book your ticket early and don't miss them
"The Temple Keys" are a four piece band from Bristol, UK, who came together in 2016 with the mission of sharing the love of music and bringing guitar based music to people's ears.
We're very excited to have the amazing talent of Temple Keys to blow us all away for Marshfest 2019. Check out their incredibly infectious single, "Siren Song" on Spotify to give you a great flavour of what's to come.
Falling Fish are an up and coming alt rock/indie band from North Wiltshire. In a short space of time they have gained a local following and have played key venues such as Moles in Bath and The Fleece in Bristol to name but a few. They have also performed at festivals such as Glastonbury Calling, Watchet Music Festival and Bristol VolksFest.
Falling Fish have an incredible musical maturity, and with such extremely well crafted material, we're certain these guys will go far - we'll be proud to say "you heard them here first".
Marshfield's local, hugely talented James Warren brings his latest project for another turn at Marshfest 2019.
In Antalya's own words - "Antalya are a young band playing an eclectic mix of covers and their own material. They take influence from bands such as The Arctic Monkeys, Two Door Cinema Club and The John Mayer Trio."
They blew the roof off last year and we can't wait to hear them again!
The Clones are a classic rock covers 4-piece hailing from Corsham, Wiltshire. After building a significant hometown following they're branching out across the West Country to bring their set of singalong classics to new audiences. Building their set with songs from bands such as the Foo Fighters, Stereophonics, The Killers, Queen, The Who and Fleetwood Mac, the band pay faithful tribute to the artists that influenced and inspired them.
These guys smashed it last year and we're so glad they can come back and do it all again for Marshfest 2019
GENRE: Pop, Acoustic
Richard is a local singer/songwriter who performs original material and covers from the 60s to present day, who originally learnt guitar at the age of 13 out of spite - and stuck with it anyway.
Gigs have been played far and wide, but there's nothing like a home crowd! Now operating as a three-piece, with vocals and percussion by Kate Smith and Lou Ruddell, for a fuller, richer sound.
Richard and Lou smashed it last year, taking on covers that many larger bands would shy away from and lifting the roof off the marquee... We'll have some more please!