Dom Martin is a Belfast born multi award winning artist who burst onto the music scene in 2019

with a unique guitar style and voice, captivating audiences everywhere.

BBC Radio 2 presenter Cerys Matthews - Absolutely wonderful stuff” Classic Rock Magazine - "The Belfast guitarist is a sprawling talent" Walter Trout - "Dom Martin is amazing! A unique, genuine, vital artist" - "The likes of Dom’s talent only comes around once in a lifetime"

Blues in Britain Magazine - "Now and again you stumble across a rare talent of such sheer genius that you actually wonder whether what you have witnessed can possibly be for real. Dom Martin is one such talent"

Music-News.Com - "Dom Martin is an absolutely fabulous performer"

Rock & Blues Muse - "It’s obvious that Dom Martin is the next rising star in the global roots scene. Jump aboard now before he passes you by"


Instrumentalist of The Year - 2023 UK Blues Awards

Instrumentalist of The Year - 2022 UK Blues Awards

(Inducted into the UK Blues Hall of Fame for his third successive Acoustic Award) Acoustic Act of The Year - 2022 UK Blues Awards

Acoustic Act of The Year - 2021 UK Blues Awards Acoustic Act of The Year - 2020 UK Blues Awards Best Solo/Acoustic Act - European Blues Awards 2019

Dom is fairly unique in that he is an extremely talented multi award winning performer both as a solo acoustic act (Dom Martin) and as a power rock trio (Dom Martin & Band). His ability to perform both shows at large festivals is attractive to festival organisers looking for quality shows for different stages.

This unassuming musician is another fine product of the Belfast music factory responsible for Sir Van Morrison, Gary Moore, Paul Brady, Brian Kennedy, Foy Vance and many more.

Keith and Stu Xander were discovered on YouTube by former Gibson Brands CEO Henry Juszkiewicz and during their subsequent performances for the company at numerous international events from LA to Dubai, the band caught the attention of not just an ever-growing collective of fans but also industry legends such as Eddie Kramer (Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Kiss, Rolling Stones) and Rick Allen (Def Leppard).

Defying all expectations, lead singer and guitarist Keith Xander was born without a right arm below the elbow and plays his guitar using a prosthesis and hook with a pick attached at the end. Although many who have seen Keith play believe him to be an extraordinary guitarist in light of his perceived ‘disability’, he is a virtuoso musician in his own right and his playing rivals the best in the industry.

The band had a 5-year tenure as the resident band at Liverpool’s iconic Cavern Club and later went on to support the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Joe Satriani, Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, The Temperance Movement, ex-Whitesnake’s Bernie Marsden and even Bon Jovi at Old Trafford Stadium to name a few.

2016 saw the band release their debut album, titled ‘11:11’, on V2 Benelux Records, recorded at the world-famous Wisseloord studios in Hilversum, outside of Amsterdam. The album went on to receive critical acclaim from the likes of Classic Rock, Planet Rock Radio and BBC Radio’s Bob Harris.

Their highly-anticipated second album - ‘Order Out of Chaos’- is scheduled for release in May 2022.
With haunting riffs, genius melodies and a uniquely infectious charisma, Xander & The Peace Pirates continue to share their musical passion to standing ovations, while spreading a universal message of peace, love and harmony.

Bison Hip were formed by long - time friends during a lockdown Zoom call in 2020. "I don't know who suggested it first" explains vocalist Paul, "but right away it seemed like a great idea. Maybe it was the mid-life crisis at play!" The band are all over 50, with the exception of keyboard player and spring chicken, Stephen, clocking in at a youthful 41. By the time they finally got together in early 2021, the blueprint was clear. "We wanted to take our love of blues and rock, then mix it up with our experiences in life" adds Paul. "Between us, we've been through so many things in life, big ups and huge downs, some successes and a whole load of failures, we wanted all of that in the music. Lastly, we needed to wrap it all up in the DNA of our hometown, Glasgow, and hopefully that's what we've achieved". With 2 EP's already released, the ethos is clear: real musicians, real instruments, no click tracks, culminating in a unique blues rock sound that tells real life stories. With a debut album on the way in April 2023, Bison Hip have hit the ground running. "We've arrived at the party fashionably late, so we're making up for it now!"

An International touring band with a 10 year portfolio of festival, theatre and club gigs throughout Europe, Scandinavia and the UK.

Gerry Jablonski & the Electric Band are a standout act with an energetic, no-holds-barred stageshow. They have a unique, trademark Heavy Blues Rock sound and style producing gutsy music with hooks, melodies and an intense presence that wins over any audience, anywhere, anytime. Guaranteed.