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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 tri-lingual ex-magician’s assistant from Hackney is now better known for retro-pop and soul hits like Only Love Can Hurt Like This and New York. Aside from her vintage style jazz soul singing, The Guardian hail her as ‘an entertaining raconteuse and a wicked mimic.’ Paloma performs accoustically, or with 10-piece band.

Ronan was the face of Boyzone throughout the 90s. He’s since put out 10 albums, sold 20 million records and released a film - Another Mother’s Son. Performing acoustically or with full line-up, Ronan’s set spans Tomorrow Never Comes, No Matter What and Life Is A Rollercoaster.

The Magnets never attempt to mimic instruments. They simply blend six voices to produce a sound to rival any band with guitars and keyboards. The boys have electrified Glastonbury and toured Australia. They can sing in French, German and Spanish, and perform the whole set in Japanese.

The colourful and controversial 80s legend has graduated from Culture Club to club djing and a collaboration with Mark Ronson, via the Band Aid single Do They Know It’s Christmas. After wowing Glastonbury, he dips into his back catalogue with Karma Chameleon and Love is Love

Lulu shot to fame in 1964 with the smash hit Shout, followed by Boom-Bang-a-Bang. She’s been working ever since, with acts like Take That and Chaka Khan. Appearing with her own 6/7-piece band, Lulu’s “W-E-E-LL” still has audiences racing for the dancefloor.

Moyet went from punk, to electropop with Yazoo, through soulful albums as a solo artist to West End success in Chicago. Her hits range from Only You and Don’t Go To That Ole Devil Called Love. After her recent tour Alison performs with the full band or to playback.

Made up of 20 Academy of Contemporary Music students, ACM feel more like a rock group than a traditional gospel choir. They’ve collaborated with Guy Chambers, performed at Wembley at the FA Cup Final and sung for The Queen – and provided stings for awards ceremonies.

Katherine Jenkins’ one-time support act, All Angels create harmonies based on classical, opera and pop tunes. Success has brought them accolades from the likes of Paul McCartney, appearances at the Classical Brits, platinum discs and, for Charlotte, a sitcom role next to Jack Whitehall in Fresh Meat.

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