Artists A-C

Bag That Weasel

A Withyfest favourite, Bag That Weasel, are a female fronted, grunge / rock punk band ,


Seasoned professionals, Baracuda will play you the songs you know and love from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. In Fred Harris they have a great showman as their front man. Great tunes well played

Bashy Beats

The Bashy Beats Crew is only interested in instant party vibes. We bring the music to make the gal wine and the man bruk out. Hip Hop, Funk, DnB and Reggae, and everything in between

Andy Bell

Andy Bell will be giving his wonderful interpretation of Billy’s classics. Whether playing tunes from the folk tradition or his own compositions, Andy’s personality and character shine through his performance. Rich vocals and accomplished musicianship.

The Bodestone Boys

Bodstone Boys are ex-youngsters Chris and Garry from the combes of North DevonFeaturing guitar, melodeon, bodhran and percussion, Bodstone Boys perform traditional and contemporary music and song in an easy going yet energetic manner. From rousing jigs, reels and lively songs to softer tunes and ballads, the lively duo are available for concerts, festivals, weddings, parties, functions and other events.

Rat Brooke

‘Ratty’ describes himself as a ‘Crusty, Anarcho, Acoustic Punk..’ What he doesn’t tell you is that he is a charmer. Great presence and a fab raconteur. He also cries at a particular time…

Max Burton

Max delivers a punchy set of rock, grunge, and brit pop classics. Energetic but, sensitivity arranged guitar covers that carry you on a nostalgic trip through the 80’s and 90’s, mixed with a healthy dose of modernism and even the odd Elvis throwback. Heavily influenced by bands such as: Nirvana, Kings of Leon, Blur, Fleetwood Mac and The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, enjoy classic tracks with grungy, punkest inspired style.

Jerry Cahill

Jerry Cahill has variously been described as Ambient Indo European Blues, a cross between ambient guitar music and jazz-folk, and as coming from somewhere between Brian Eno and John Fahey. He has a long association with the Croissant Neuf Stage at Glastonbury and was also largely responsible for starting the Bradninch Music Festival.


A club Deejay of the highest standard. Having plied his trade in the Balearic Islands Cam3l will be playing the tunes to light up a summer’s evening.

Shannah Luann Chapman

Shannah is 27 years old and grew up in Glastonbury, Somerset. She studied Performing Arts at Bridgwater College and then went on to study Music at BIMM London. Shannah started having singing lessons at the age of 13 and says that she has always had a passion for singing from a very young age.

David Craig

David is a singer song writer with some topical tunes