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.

“A powerful rock band steeped in the primal intimacy of the Blues” CLASSIC ROCK

Deborah Bonham, over the course of an impressive career, has established herself as one of the finest Blues, Rock and Soul singers that the UK has produced. A string of critically acclaimed original albums, collaborations and captivating standing ovation concert performances, from the Royal Albert Hall and London Palladium to the Amphitheatres of the USA 'Stars Align Tour' with Paul Rodgers, Jeff Beck and Ann Wilson of Heart, have consistently garnered glowing reviews.

“She's quite possibly the most vocally impressive, entertaining and awe-inspiring performer I've seen. The band's visual presence is phenomenal, all of who are visibly taking enjoyment from their time on stage” METAL TALK

Her most recent album ‘Bonham-Bullick, released on USA label Quarto Valley Records, is an inspiring blend of Blues, Rock and Soul interpretations of some classic and contemporary compositions spanning 7 decades. The album peaked at #9 on the Amazon Chart, with the lead single See You Again reaching #1 and album of the week in the European Hit Tracks Top 100 Blues and Rock chart. Hailed by ‘Blues Matters!’ Magazine as contender for ‘Album of the Year’, the album received multiple 5* reviews.

"Soulful and moving performances. The album sounds great" ROLLING STONE

December 2023 saw the release of ‘Heavenly Cream’ an acoustic tribute to Cream also on Quarto Valley Records, with Deborah taking the lead on 2 tracks together with Ginger Baker, Bernie Marsden, Joe Bonamassa, Maggie Bell, Bobby Rush, Pete Brown, Pete Bullick and Paul Rodgers.

“I have no hesitation in nominating Maggie Bell and Deborah Bonham
as the Stars of the Show” VELVET THUNDER (Heavenly Cream)

The Band features Belfast born Guitarist Peter Bullick, lauded by the Music Press for his passionate playing, exuding his influences from the world's finest Guitarists in every note of his performance. Free and Bad Company vocalist Paul Rodgers chose Bullick to fill the shoes of the late Paul Kossoff in his Free Spirit Band. Rodgers and Bullick, along with the other members of Bonham’s band - Gerard Louis (Keys), Richard Newman (Drums) and Ian Rowley (Bass), extensively toured the UK and USA, culminating in the Billboard Chart #2 album and DVD, 'Paul Rodgers’ Free Spirit Live at The Royal Albert Hall London'.

"I warned you they'd blow you away" PAUL RODGERS

Spring 2024 will see the anticipated release of a new Live Album
"Wow is all I got to say after that, and boy can Deborah Bonham sing”
Johnnie Walker's Rock Show BBC Radio 2

“The powerful vocals of Deborah Bonham gracefully shook the walls of Abbey Road studios when she laid down the tracks. Peter Bullick also added to the mix, displaying his guitar finesse with great ease” Pete Brown (Cream Songwriter)

"The best female vocalist and tightest band we should have been hearing for the last 20 years. An arena worthy show in a New York club!" Carol Miller ‘Get the Led Out’ Q104.3FM

“Powerfully produced and immaculately played album, Bonham and Bullick do a fine job of making the songs their own” Classic Rock Magazine

“Bonham is in fine voice throughout while Bullick’s Kossoff-inspired playing shows why Paul Rodgers values him so highly” Blues In Britain

“Bonham-Bullick is one heck of a ride from end to end and belongs on every short list of the year’s most vital new releases. Don’t let it pass you by” Rock & Blues Muse USA

“Killer guitar tone from Bullick & soulful power from Deborah Bonham. Blues aficionados will love the new Bonham-Bullick record” UAWIL/Pantheon USA

“In the tradition of the great Blues-Rock of the 1970s while also being deeply entrenched in Classic Blues and Soul” JJ French Connection USA

"There are only a select few guitar players who can achieve the Paul Kossoff tone
and it’s apparent from the first note of the new Bonham-Bullick album,
Peter Bullick summons Kossoff’s spellbinding style" Irish News

"If David Bowie played the Blues, it might've sounded something like this... ACE!”
Cerys Matthews' Blues Show BBC Radio 2 ('It Ain't Easy' by Bonham-Bullick)

"I can sing but Deborah Bonham can really sing!” Steve Cropper (Otis Redding)

After releasing two studio albums, and a live album in the last couple of years, Jim Kirkpatrick has quickly become the leading exponent of Blues and Blues/Rock in England. Superb slide guitar, superb vocals, and with a band of musicians second to none. Ballad Of A Prodigal Son, and Dead Man Walking are two albums you need in your collection. Jim Kirkpatrick is the UK equivalent of Joe Bonamassa, start looking over your shoulder Joe.









International blues guitarist Big Dez has been a regular headliner at blues clubs in Japan, Texas and Chicago including Buddy Guy's Legends Club, House Of Blues, Rosa's Lounge, and Big Dez continues to be a big draw at the biggest European Blues Festivals.

Big Dez (Phil Fernandez) plays guitar with the chilling intensity of Albert Collins and writes great foot tappin’ blues and rock'n'roll grooves.

“Fernandez is heavily influenced by Albert Collins and Chicago blues; Fernandez’s slashing guitar combines Albert Collins’ icy tension with Johnny ‘Guitar’ Watson¹s metallic crunch, and vocals like Omar Kent Dykes” Blues Revue USA

"Big Dez delivers an immensely tasty and enjoyable set.....this album was mixed in Chicago, and it sounds like it. A real winner! " Blues in Britain magazine.

Big Dez has played in Chicago and Texas with the likes of Luther Allison, WC Clark, Billy Branch, Chicago guitarist Alan Haynes and harmonica player Paul Orta and many more.. He has also played alongside Texas legend Uncle John Turner (drummer with Johnny Winter & Lightnin’ Hopkins), Lucky Peterson and recorded with the Fabulous Thunderbirds bassist Preston Hubbard.

True Strays are lifelong friends, songwriters and country boys – Joseph James and James Cameron – from Bristol, England who are fast carving out a niche of their own in the UK Americana scene. Their music is a cathartic celebration of alternative roots americana and blues rock.

Their songs focus on the dirt that life throws at you and how struggle can be transformed into something better. The prolific songwriting duo draw influences from classic sounds such as Neil Young, Muddy Waters, Fleetwood Mac and modern retro inspired acts like Alabama Shakes, Gary Clark Jr and the Black Keys.

From the rock and roll circumstances of their first meeting, in a sand pit in playgroup 30 odd years ago, they have completed countless UK tours, supported bands as diverse as My Baby and Elles Bailey, been jump started by Keith Allen, played by BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 4, played their first European dates, survived 70+ festival shows at prestigious festivals like Green Man, Boom Town, Larmer Tree and Shambala and have been featured on the Spotify’s Nu-Blue and Modern Blues Rock playlists.

2021 sees a year’s hard work behind the scenes coming to fruition. A recent invite to showcase at the prestigious UK AmericanaFest, a debut album and a performance at Black Deer Festival all on the horizon. With or without live shows, True Strays are not giving up on their musical calling.

Independent blues rock guitarist and singer-songwriter Adam Sweet released his second studio album ‘Sink or Swim’ in September 2020. It marks Adam’s evolution into a fully-fledged blues rock artist, cementing his own unique blend of blue-eyed blues and soulful southern rock. With honest tales of loss, longing, hope and strength in the face of adversity ‘Sink or Swim’ reflects the struggles we all face in these most uncertain and fragile times. 

Adam first picked up a guitar aged seven but until his early teens his interest was barely smouldering as a brief foray into classical guitar failed to provide the spark of inspiration he needed. Things began to change when at thirteen he started private tuition with Adrian John Loveridge, a veteran of the 1980’s Californian music scene who had just moved back to his hometown of Lyme Regis, Dorset. Guitar lessons suddenly got a lot cooler with tales of ‘life on the road’ in a far-off land, told in an American accent and Adrian’s gold record gleaming on the wall. The breakthrough came when Adam’s new mentor took him to see blues rock band The Hamsters at Lyme’s Marine Theatre. Adam left his first ever gig with Jimi Hendrix riffs ringing in his ears and by age fifteen he was gigging regularly on the local circuit recreating the music of his newfound guitar heroes. 

Since those early days of playing in numerous bands he has honed his craft and found his voice, and with well over 1,500 gigs under his belt is successfully carving out a solo career. 

His acclaimed debut album ‘Small Town Thinking’, recorded both in Devon and Nashville, was released at the start of 2014. The album steadily gathered praise with Adam’s “timeless” gift earning him rave reviews including a full 5-star rating and ‘Album of the Month’ award in Guitar Techniques Magazine, praising the album for offering a “whole new perspective on the (blues) genre”.

Adam’s 2017 follow up ‘Take Your Time’ was a stripped back acoustic offering that perfectly captured the essence of his renowned one-man shows. The 5-track EP was produced and performed solely by Adam and featured a track written with founder member of Level 42 Boon Gould. Tracks from this release featured heavily on BBC Introducing and received several accolades - “Wonderful rock, blues and roots guitar and very classy arrangements” (Album of the Week, Laurel Canyon Music). 

Sink or Swim’ showcases a fresh take on Adam's sound that has developed from working closely with new band members Ian Jennings on bass (Jeff Beck, Robert Plant, Ronnie Wood, Mick Fleetwood) and Garry Kroll on drums (Mark Ronson, Joss Stone, Sandi Thom). Recorded with producer Josiah J Manning (Kris Barras Band) at Momentum Studios, Plymouth, the album captures the raw energy and excitement of the band whilst always serving the richly detailed songwriting. With brooding ballads and rollicking rootsy rock ‘Sink or Swim’ will see him continue to carve out his own territory between classic rock, blues and Americana. 

The new album has received extensive radio play spending two months in the Independent Blues Broadcasters Association Top 40 chart and was listed in the Top 3 Breakthrough Albums of 2020 by ‘Get Ready To ROCK’ and included in the Best Americana Albums of 2020 by Dutch music blogger ‘Slim Chance’.


Alice Armstrong is a multi-award nominated singer-songwriter and entertainer from Surrey, UK, known for her impressive vocal range, dynamic songwriting and unmatched stage presence. Her voice and songs vary widely in emotional tone and are a common addition to Joe Bonamassa’s personal Spotify playlists.

An Alice Armstrong show promises a soulful, genre-busting performance packed with world class musicianship and wry British repartee. Her personal and provocative content is heavily infused with soul, blues, funk, rock and jazz, and is served with an enigmatic performance reminiscent of the likes of B.B. King, Koko Taylor, Janis Joplin and Tina Turner (with a touch of Maria Callas), leaving the awed audience laughing, crying and tapping their feet in equal measure. 

Connor is one of the brightest talents on the UK blues scene. He has been voted "Young Artist of the Year" at the UK Blues Awards for the last three consecutive years (2020, 2021, 2022). He has an impressive venue checklist, including Wembley Stadium, where he opened for The Who in July 2019 and has since gone on to play Hyde Park, London, on a bill with Pearl Jam, Stereophonics and Johnny Marr in the summer of 2022.

Raised in an Essex village, he has trodden a path less travelled. From early years in Connecticut, USA, as a young child to Dubai, UAE, aged ten to fourteen, and Essex either side, with those young eyes soaked up the travels and the changes passing him by.

One thing that kept with him was his burgeoning love of American roots music. "I got interested in not just the music itself but the history and everything around it," he says. "I love the directness, the simplicity and earthiness of it," he adds. "I love really how down-to-earth; it is both lyrically and musically. I think with the blues, it's fundamentally about very basic human emotions. Things like sorrow and pride and exploring the way we deal with everyday situations and problems."

As a teenager, he devoured the music of Eric Clapton and Ray Charles - "Ray completely reshaped me as a person and the way I thought about music." But he also draws influence from old Delta records to soul artists like Sam Cooke, Bill Withers and the Stax sound to Jazz singers such as Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra as well as singer-songwriters; Van Morrison, Townes van Zandt, Bob Dylan, Nick Drake and contemporary artists like Ray LaMontagne, Norah Jones and Foy Vance.

Bristol-based Blues that will have you foot stomping and boogie woogie dancing all night long. The harmonica playing of Eduardo Allen is something to be treasured. A brilliant set is always on offer.








Bedford-based Albany Down are a contemporary rock band with influences ranging from classic acts like Hendrix and Led Zeppelin to more modern bands such as Thunder. They combine a diapason of original songs with contemporary high energy rock.

Albany Down comprises founder member Paul Turley on lead vocals and guitars, Ben Atkins on bass and backing vocals and Pete Hancock on drums and backing vocals. Albany Down have recorded 4 studio albums with multi award-winning producer Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers, INME, Super Furry Animals)

Blues Rock Review offered a fair assessment of their 2011 debut album: “South of the City” is a solid debut album from Albany Down and they will be an interesting band to watch develop in the coming years”. The album clearly showcased what the band are capable of – ranging from the superbly arranged “Mercy” to the low-down dirty, slide-led blues rock epic of the title track. South of the City was also recently awarded “Song of the Decade” by Severn FM at the 2022 Cambridge Rock Festival.

Their formidable second album, “Not Over Yet” released in 2013, is full of strong songs, lingering melodies and great musicianship. It was voted “album of the month” by the independent Broadcasters Association and reached No 2 position in the Radio Caroline top 40 Albums. Traditionally a band’s second album is regarded as being problematical but Albany Down turned that notion on its head.

With the release of their third album 
“The Outer Reach” in 2016, Albany Down won many new fans touring in the UK and The Netherlands. They were voted winners of the 2016 UK Song Writing Competition for best Rock song (Feeding the Flame) and best Music video and voted No 5 Best Album of 2016 by Blues Rock Review.

Following changes in band member circumstances and the onset of 2 years of Covid/Lockdown, Albany Down have emerged as a stronger, leaner, more efficient Band. Their new 4th Album was recorded at “ROCKFIELD STUDIOS” during 2020/2022. The album will be released in Q2 2023 and will be supported by a full UK Tour. Like previous albums, the new opus builds on the concept of songs having a “trying and failing theme and overcoming adversity” reflecting the times we live in.

With over 12,000 fans on Facebook, fans of Albany Down agree that their live show never disappoints. The band run on pure adrenalin, unrelenting energy and raw emotion and soon have any audience entranced. The music is based on Paul’s unique sound of thunderous - infectious guitar riffs, Ben and Pete’s pounding bass and drums juxtaposed with soulful, soaring, emotionally-charged ballads.

Raw power country, blues, southern rock and Americana delivered by four highly experienced and dedicated musicians. A decade of touring the UK and the EU, to celebrate the band's 10th year, they are looking to tour new and old venues nationwide. Since a young age, in his native South Yorkshire, Tom has been hailed a guitar prodigy.With high profile support slots including Dr. Feelgood, Danny Bryant, Lawrence Jones, as well his own headline shows and major rock, blues and country festivals across the UK and EU.

Described as an all round performer, whose skills are beyond his years, with nods to rock, blues, country and Americana, with southern soul infused in its core. The live performances are delivered with passion, heartfelt soul drenched musicianship and explosive drive, with guitar firepower. “If you see Killner listed as playing in your town or city anytime soon, go and see him – I know I will”

Since forming the band, Tom has recorded three albums, two studio albums, a live album and an EP. This on top of appearing on recordings with Dr. John, Iggy Pop, Jeff Beck, Gary Moore.

The 2018 album Get Back Up was described as the album that bigger names spend most of their career working towards, fresh, vital, intense, soulful and rock hard. Hard Road, released in 2015, described as a retro sounding blues rock album with southern influence, interspersed with passionate playing from Tom and the band.

Giants of Rock reviewer, festivals for all, said he had witnessed one of the best sets he could remember for a long time. Tom's throaty vocals were not only tremendous but incredible, with exceptional guitar playing. Slide guitar, and “honky tonk” returns from the keys player Wes, was a thing of beauty. In such hallowed company, to be picked as one of the FFA sets of the festival is simply an indication of the quality of the talented musicianship.

Blues rock runs in the veins of these guys, five established musicians who burst onto the national blues scene in 2023, opening the main stage at Upton Blues Festival. There first recording, Eclectic Blues caught the attention of Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason who commented “In a music landscape packed with bands all too often working the classics, it’s great to hear a band delivering strong original material, how good it is to revisit the original values of playing with freedom, minimal production and maximum impact. High praise indeed, and as the bands blend of dynamic guitar led blues and high energy vocals have developed then so has the chance to gain more national exposure with Support slots for Brave Rival, Buxton Blues festival and Colne Blues Festival just a few of the planned gigs for this year, as well as a slot on the introducing stage at the UK Blues, Rhythm & Blues Festival in Blackpool in early 2025.  A live EP and second album are planned, so drop by, have a listen and say hello. “Have Blues will Travel”