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With the help of ingenious live looping technology the award-winning beatboxer raises the roof with a set of hip-hop, funk and soul based vocal gymnastics. He has also gigged with a drummer and a string trio (sounding like a full orchestra), and transformed the entire audience into a backing band.

DUKE combine live vocals, beatboxing, harmonies and guitar - mixing hip-hop, R&B and dance influences to create astounding cover versions of pop favourites. On tour they have supported Prince, Kanye West, and Amy Winehouse.

The 2Cellos’ version of Smooth Criminal became a huge YouTube hit; it led to a recording deal and a tour with Elton John, who calls them “astonishing.” Luka and Stjepan now have TV credits from Jay Leno to Glee - and over 55 million views of Thunderstruck! They perform with or without drums.

The electric string quartet have played Europe with Simply Red, and joined Take That on their Beautiful World tour. They also performed at the Champions’ League Final. Combining genuine musicianship with sharp choreography, the set includes crossover hits and pop classics.

Known for his laid back and intelligent musical comedy, Bill has sold out arenas with Dandelion Mind, led the BBC Concert Orchestra, acted in the West End and filmed apes in Indonesia. He looks at new ideas for a national anthem, and tries his hand at Iranian hip-hop.

The multi award-winning 17-piece ensemble have played with a gallery of stars from Van Morrison to Michael Bublé, Cleo Laine and Ruthie Henshall. The repertoire extends from mellow jazz arrangements to stage and screen hits and Rat Pack favourites – with or without guest singers..

The swing and jump blues band have played Ronnie Scott’s and numerous festivals. As a 5-7 piece, led by striking female vocals, the set is full of feel-good hits like Hound Dog and It Don’t Mean A Thing.

Inspired by the traditional bands of New Orleans, Brass Volcanoes combine trumpets, saxophones and drums to produce a feel-good sound that also draws on funk, blues and soul. Solos and riffs ensure that no two shows are the same.

Celloman is the brainchild of Ivan Hussey, hailed by critics as proof the cello can be ‘surprising, sensuous and funky.’ Ivan has collaborated with headline acts from The Rolling Stones to The Spice Girls. He plays solo or as a five-piece with violin, bass, drums and percussion – mixing classical, jazz and world music.

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