More names added to our LMF2017 line-up
We’re already pretty excited about this years line-up but we just can’t seen to stop adding more names!
South West based and festival favourites, Echo Town will be bringing their vibrant live performance and multi-instrumental sounds to Looe, South East Cornwall on Friday 29th September. Combining guitar, lap-slide, stomp box, harmonica, didgeridoo and percussion plus the voices of brothers Rick and Robert Harrison.
Making their debut appearance at Looe on the BBC Music Introducing Stage, Jonah’s Lift will be whipping the audience into a dancing frenzy on Friday night. Playing tunes and songs from all over the globe, their genre-blurring sound has secured their place on the Cornish music scene.
Chay Snowdon is bringing his 50’s rock ‘n’ roll vibe back to the beach this year – this time to the main stage. Alongside his band, Chay brings a magical modern edge to a much-loved genre. Headlining our very own BBC Music Introducing Stage last year, the boys are planning to take 2017 by storm on their very first UK autumn tour.
Amassing fans all over the world, Rupert Stroud and his band have opened for some of the UK’s biggest acts including James Blunt, Texas and The Feeling. Hailing from the wilds of the Yorkshire moors Stroud’s sound hits hard with Northern passion.
She became an overnight online sensation after posting her version of the Grease musical hit ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’ on Youtube. Today, Daisy Clark’s YouTube channel alone has reached 2.8m views and she’s even appeared on daytime TV’s ‘Lorraine’. With an official release of the Grease cover in February, the singer songwriter from Newquay is one of Cornwall’s most sought after acts. Tune into Daisy’s distinctive voice and style when she takes to the BBC Music Introducing Stage on Saturday.
Missed our previous announcements? Check them out here.