BodFest'16 - July 9th Kingsfield
Here are some clips from of the Artists confirmed
for our Acoustic stage this year.
(As with all Lve Events The line up is subject to change)
Erin Tiger Lilley
covering the oldies and some of your favourites.
Tess Of The Circle
Tess Of The Circle is a British Independent Collective based around singer/songwriter Tess Jones and his circle of friends - a group of live and album musicians.
Authentic blues, American folk and indie; rocked up, boogied and slightly punked. That's the Bramble set. Performed as a full band which has included legendary Status Quo drummer John Coghlan
Ian Bramble and
J.E.E.P. play a high energy mix of rock, pop and indie covers, mainly from the 90's onwards. Think Kings of Leon, the Killers, Green Day, Blur, Oasis, Stereophonics, Kasabian, Kaiser Chiefs etc and you'll get the picture.
Shooter will perform a blistering new set at Bodfest which takes place Saturday 11th July in Bodicote. Main Stage is at the Horse & Jockey, bands from 1pm thru to 11pm; Shooter will be on at at 6pm. Highlight of the festival is definitely the music where the build-up of excellent local bands through the afternoon and into the night turn the village into a rock festival - Rock On Oxfordshire !!
Seven O' Clock Junkies
Bob Geldoff became an early champion of the band Seven O'Clock Junkies plugging the unfinished demos on London Radios stations
The Crookshanks - First time appearing at BodFest - cracking outfit - great music!
Matt Edwards Band
Matt Edwards is an original blues rock musician from the south of England. His music is passionate, alternative blues, packed full of groove and power.
Different to your average blues band, check out 'The Matt Edwards Band' live at BodFest
If you like (deep breath!) Dobie Gray, ZZ Top, Larry Graham, Rick Derringer, The Who, The Isley Brothers, Stereophonics, Albert King, Freddie King, BB King, Huey Lewis And The News, Lenny Kravitz, The Doobie Brothers, Bad Company, Paul Weller, Crosby Stills And Nash then ya gonna love this lot!.
THIS YEARS HEADLINERS
The Big Baloosh