Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of Blondie, but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
A woman tries to reconcile her identity as a Canadian-born child of British parents living in the United States while she desperately tries to score a ticket to the final show of C…
Winners of O2 ABC SoundWave Music Competition are inspired by Celtic folk music and intrigued by world beats and melodies.
Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band, but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
A ridiculous four-octave vocal range, tear-jerking songs, stage acrobatics and trademark wit; all of these helped propel Angus Munro into one of Scotland’s most exciting singer/s…
Award-winning Edinburgh band The Blueswater are performing five raucous late night gigs in Edinburgh’s best live music venue, The Jazz Bar.
Absolution is Scotland’s foremost live four-piece Muse tribute band.
Ziggy Stardust takes us on a tragical mystery tour through the life of a nearly-was rock star! Drama, tragedy and hilarity ensue to a live rocking backdrop.
A blistering celebration of a legend who, in his short career, sold over 20 million records and redefined his instrument and genre.
A nostalgic celebration of Fleetwood Mac, who have sold over 120 million records.
Join us for an exhilarating musical battle as two titans go head to head! Johnny Cash vs Elvis Presley is a showdown that recounts the music, lives, and cultural impact of the Man …
The Prince Experience invites you on a journey through the life and groundbreaking catalogue of one of the most eccentric innovators in popular music.
Russell Clarke, BBC Radio’s Rock‘n’Roll Routemaster, takes you on a remarkable rock’n’roll trivia return trip that begins and ends with the Beatles and tells 10 awesome rock …
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and not only has the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of the band but a lookalike of Debbie.
Returning after three very successful years at Edinburgh Fringe (AMC sell-out award winners in 2016, 2017, 2018), The Boyds premiere their new show, Acoustic Queen, perhaps their m…
Fringe/AMC sell-out award-winning duo, The Boyds (Fringe Laurels 2016, 2017 and 2018) present their terrific, brand-new show, Acoustic Bowie.
Fringe award-winning duo The Boyds re-present their 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe premiere show, Acoustic Eagles.
After two sold-out runs – of one show each, but a laurel’s a laurel – Scotland’s top, mainly pentagenarian, rockers (when Primal Scream are busy), the M8s return to the Edi…
Zkeletonz are ‘one of the UK’s most innovative and independent bands’ (DestinationNative.
‘The most brilliant left-field Brooklyn band you’ve never heard of’ (Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music) ‘mix brainy, funny lyrics with a fine sense of what makes pop music wonderful, and a…
BC Camplight is the moniker of maverick songsmith Brian Christinzio.
‘The best artist we’ve ever had in session’ (BBC Radio Scotland).
Live, original band as seen at The London Palladium with seven critically acclaimed, original albums and over 2,000 live shows.
BBC radio music aficionado Russell Clarke is making his Edinburgh Fringe debut in a show jam-packed with fascinating rock ‘n’ roll trivia and random connections between the sta…
Celebrating a decade of Big Girls Don’t Cry featuring The East Coast Boys.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good s…
A smorgasbord of Frank Zappa classics hand-delivered by those finest purveyors of conceptual continuity, Pygmy Twylyte! Expect pickles, poodles, dental floss, muffins, snowballs an…
Call Me Blondie are a Southampton-based Blondie tribute act with one of the most accomplished and experienced line-ups working on the tribute circuit today.
Safehouse return for their seventh year paying tribute to the Allman Brothers Band.
This is hip.
Sell-out shows in the last four festivals! The raw power of the music of alt-rock icons Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band as interpreted by sax/vocal, guitar, bass and drums out…
Springsteen tribute The Rising will once again play a dynamic two-and-a-half-hour set of classics from Springsteen and the E Street Band.
This revolutionary rock musical follows a year in the life of a group of impoverished bohemians struggling to survive and create in the East Village of 90s New York.
The Polis are Scotland’s No 1 Police tribute act, performing an energetic and dynamic live set with all the urgency and angst of The Police at their very best.
Award-winning Edinburgh band The Blueswater will perform five high-energy, late-night gigs at The Jazz Bar.
The band first formed in 1998 in Glasgow and have toured the length and breadth of the UK and Ireland performing to hundreds of thousands of Stone Roses fans.
Join us for a huge selection of free acoustic music, duos, bands, singers and more through the day and night on this launch day of Fringe Music on the Grassmarket.
Birmingham Breaking Talent nominee Alex Black puts his teenage heroes to the test as he navigates heartbreak, existential crises and the tribulations of Aldi checkouts by squeezing…
The Absolute Jam capture the authentic raw energy and sound of The Jam.
Lose yourself in Pink Floyd’s classic album Wish You Were Here, this full-dome music and light show interprets the acclaimed rock album through mesmerising HD graphics.
Ziggy Stardust takes us on a Tragical Mystery Tour through the life of a nearly-was rock star! Drama, tragedy and hilarity ensue to a live rocking backdrop.
Following the show’s sell-out nationwide tour, Jagged Little Pill makes its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe paying tribute to Alanis Morissette and her iconic album with uplifting …
How do you get from the King – Elvis Presley of course – to Queen and Freddie Mercury with only a series of amazing rock’n’roll facts as your guide? In his first Edinburgh one-…
Free Love is the latest manifestation of the Scottish experimental pop duo formerly known as Happy Meals, known for their extraordinary sensual live ceremonies.
Sonic Vision combines pop and rock tracks with mind-warping visual art. Sit back and take in the surround sound with vivid graphics projected in 360 degrees.
Inspired by the music of Pink Floyd, this dome spectacular features the 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon in explosive surround sound.
Formed in 1965 in Edinburgh, Fayne and the Cruisers are still going strong, capturing the essence of those 60s dances in church halls and clubs and performing everything from The B…
Ruby in the Rough – original pop/rock music tracks performed by four teenage Parisians.
At Westerberg High everyone worships the Heathers, the exclusive clique, including misfit member Veronica.
An Edinburgh Fringe hit of 2016 and 2017, My Leonard Cohen also sold out the Sydney Opera House and Adelaide Fringe.
Exploding on stage with the turmoil and excitement of the wildest drummer in rock and roll, Mick Berry pierces Moon’s insane exterior to get inside the mind of this rock legend.
Lindisfarne’s power to galvanise festival and concert audiences remains undimmed and is guaranteed to get a crowd on its feet and singing along.
Billed as part cabaret, part wannabe warehouse rave, my expectations were prepared.
The Fringe 2017 sell-out show comes home for a special one-off gig in 2018.
Fringe award-winning acoustic duo The Boyds perform their 55-minute show of the best of The Fab Four.
Fresh off the back of their last two outstanding, sell-out Summerhall shows, the amazing Transatlantic Ensemble return once again, to perform Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours Album, live an…
This Fringe 2016 sell-out makes a triumphant return to AMC.
Fringe award-winning duo The Boyds present their 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe premiere show, Acoustic Eagles.
Special additional show featuring former Zappa Plays Zappa vocalist/instrumentalist Ben Thomas, who will be opening the show with his own material and then joining the band for.
A has-been singer-songwriter tries to summon the spirit of Marc Almond to resurrect his career.
Fronted by Scottish guitar virtuoso Andy Gunn, From T-Bone to Trucks will take you on a journey through the decades, showcasing the most loved and respected exponents of the blues.
Back by popular demand after the most time-efficient total sell-out of the 2017 Fringe (check the laurel), this is the M8s: Live (but not so dangerous).
The Polis are Scotland’s number one Police tribute act.
The Police Sting Show in concert: Re-worked, fresh versions of all the iconic Police and Sting solo album songs in a 70-minute show featuring an acoustic Sting section.
John Otway is an English singer-songwriter who has built a sizeable cult audience through extensive touring, a surreal sense of humour and a self-deprecating underdog persona.
What is Caledonian Soul? Ross Wilson (aka Blue Rose Code) will attempt to answer this question with the help of a 14-piece band and some well-known musical friends.
The UK’s #1 Oasis tribute Definitely Oasis are playing a special one-off unplugged acoustic and full band set at La Belle Angele on Monday 18th August as part of the Edinburgh Fest…
Billy Joel: Piano Man Live! showcases the very best of the dynamic songbook of the legendary Billy Joel.
Get your ticket into Loserville from the team behind Fringe sell-out American Idiot! The Son of Dork musical comes to the Edinburgh Fringe for the first time.
Safe House are back for a fifth year playing their highly acclaimed Allmans Brothers set including classics from the Fillmore East album Whipping Post, In Memory of Elizabeth Reed,…
After sold-out shows, rave reviews and standing ovations at Adelaide Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe, Lord of the Strings! – the ultimate one-man guitar show, first created for touri…
Green Day’s visceral and provocative Grammy and two-time Tony Award-winning musical.
Trump, Putin and Kim Jong-un live on tour! King of the modern protest song Beldon Haigh and Mother Of All Bands bring a weird and wonderful live band performance.
The Rising – the UK’s number one tribute to Springsteen – return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the sixth year.
The ultimate tribute to the music of The Jam.
Lonesome Highway are delighted to bring Sam back to Edinburgh with his wonderful band for their only Scottish show of the year.
Sell-out shows in the last three festivals! The raw power of the music of alt-rock icons Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band as interpreted by sax/vocal, guitar, bass and drums ou…
Tree is a folk-rock guitarist and vocalist, originating from Belfast who with this show makes her Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut at AMC.
Twice Grammy-nominated, Nashville-based Beth Nielsen Chapman has released thirteen albums and written seven number one hits and songs recorded by Willie Nelson and Elton John and i…
And So I Watch You from Afar released The Endless Shimmering on the 20 October 2017 on Los Angeles based record label Sargent House, home of fellow noiseniks Deafheaven, Chelsea Wo…
The Blueswater is an award-winning Edinburgh band.
Main Street Blues, one of Scotland’s top blues bands, performing a powerful set of up-tempo electric blues material, with a range of original numbers plus some new and old blues …
Join us for a huge selection of acoustic music, duos, bands, rock, folk music, singers and more every day and night of the Fringe.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a lookalike of Debbie.
Five-star review from The Herald, Rob Adams in 2016.
Lose yourself in Pink Floyd’s classic album Wish You Were Here, this new full-dome music and light show interprets the acclaimed rock album through mesmerising HD graphics.
Inspired by the music of Pink Floyd’s album The Wall. Travel back in time to 1979 with this progressive rock album enhanced with spectacular wrap-around immersive dome visuals.
Inspired by the music of Pink Floyd, this dome spectacular features the 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon in explosive surround sound.
This is the five-piece band’s second consecutive appearance at the Fringe.
The hit Green Day punk rock musical returns to the Edinburgh Fringe following two consecutive sell-out years.
In the May 1979 issue of Sounds magazine the term ‘New Wave of British Heavy Metal’ was used to describe a second wave of heavy metal bands that emerged in the late 1970’s.
Born in the depths of the underground LA music scene, funk-punk, intergalactic dance gods Thumpasaurus return to Edinburgh with an eclectic, homemade aesthetic unlike any other mus…
Considered one of the best musicals of this century the Tony Award-winning show Spring Awakening, featuring an electrifying folk rock score, is brought to life in a bold new stagin…
Junky Fam, Edinburgh’s summit of groove excellence, take the drums, bass and guitar to their limits in delivering the heaviest, hardest, fastest, weirdest funk you’ve ever heard.
The award-winning, sell-out hit by writer Peter Arnott and director Cora Bissett returns.
Multi-award winning performer and artistic director Stewart D’Arrietta (My Leonard Cohen, Fringe 2016-17) returns with a new show for 2018.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of the band, but a look-a-like of Debbie.
One of Scotland’s leading folk’n’roll bands entertain you with traditional songs and their own material.
Formed ten years ago for the sheer fun of playing, the M8s provide a guided tour of your favourite covers from Elvis to Adele; from Bay City to Chelsea via Dakota and the jailhouse…
My Leonard Cohen is a soulful and informative show celebrating the life of the recently deceased Canadian musician and poet.
Based on the Gospel according to Matthew, Godspell is a conceptual piece where a comedic troupe of eccentric players team-up with Jesus to teach his lessons in a new age.
The notorious space-pirate troubadours are back in orbit, bringing you a heady mix of story and song, leaving a trail of destruction and madness in their wake.
Brahma (Sanskrit Brahama) was founded in early 2011 in Beijing, China.
This is the year 1929, Tom is a happy, wealthy and young broker who lives in London and whose life is about to radically change.
A wild Jollyboat appears! It uses musical comedy.
12 years ago, Guy Pratt first came to the Fringe to share his stories of life at the pointy end of the music business.
Safehouse are back at the Edinburgh Festival for a third consecutive year playing their highly acclaimed Allman Brothers set including classics from the At Fillmore East album: Whi…
Shove on some Dr.
MacFloyd return to The Brunton with their new show for 2017.
The Rising: the UK’s number one Springsteen tribute brings the energy and precision of the E Street band to the Festival Fringe once more.
Pretenders by Talk of the Town are the UK’s only tribute to the music of Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders, covering classics like: Brass in Pocket, Don’t Get Me Wrong, Back on t…
Vocals and guitar are performed live (Phil and Dave), along with complex backing tracks to provide a full band sound experience.
The Blueswater is the band behind the award-winning show Blues! They will be performing five high-energy late night gigs at one of Scotland’s best small music venues, The Jazz Bar.
After last years sell-out show, established Scottish jazz-funk guitarist Aki Remally reconstructs the music of Jimi Hendrix with a funk-heavy approach, featuring Scotland’s finest …
The band feature multi-stringed instrumentalists playing original music and songs in the folk/country rock genre.
Scottish funk all-stars Das Contras return to the Fringe with new album Hedonburgh, following last year’s award-winning album and sell-out shows.
These are the droids you’re looking for.
A blend of incredibly accurate live performance and multimedia, returning to the Festival after sell-out runs in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
It’s the end of the 1980s in Hollywood, and the party has been raging.
The UK’s #1 Oasis tribute ‘Definitely Oasis’ perform a one-off unplugged acoustic set of Oasis classics and B-Sides.
What to wear to a cabaret show where the dress code was “dress for
the end of the world or the beginning”? Sorry, my supernova outfit is still in
LeBurn’s career began in the mid 70s as a 20-year-old guitarist for Atlantic Records’ recording artist Jimmy Castor.
Serge Gainsbourg in sequins brandishing a flick-knife; Duane Eddy brawling on with the Shangri-Las; Connie Francis fresh from juvy hall with only vengeance on her mind.
New Note Orchestra and Guests.
This legendary Punk band continues to represent the true spirit of Punk Rock.
Massaoke is the club night sensation where the crowd is the star of the show.
The Wild is a three piece Americana/Alternative Folk band from Sussex, aged between 16 and 17, playing all original material uniquely arranged and utilising the many instruments th…
The cult crazy alternative party returns! Edinburgh’s only independent metal festival is back bigger than ever with Japanese metal/hardcore outfit Crossfaith, London rap/metal crew…
Like many musical theatre fans, I have a love-hate relationship with Rent.
Withered Hand is the musical output of Edinburgh-based Dan Willson, a feature of the city’s DIY music scene for many years.
Performing songs from The Police and Sting solo albums.
Mediterraneo is bringing Africa, Cuba and southern Italy to Summerhall for a huge festival edition of their world music concert.
Herald Angel award winners! Brooklyn’s intergalactic folk-and-rollers were additionally honoured when Tom Robinson selected an Eggplants live radio session for a Best of the BBC Ar…
Married multi-instrumentalists from South Africa: that’s what this folk duo define themselves as and it describes them perfectly.
John Robertson claims that comedy is a sick industry (and he should know).
Get a glimpse of something new happening.
The Alex MacDonald Band plays a unique brand of Scottish folk-rock that has been acclaimed in venues large and small across the country.
Broken Records bring their expansive, soaring mix of elation and melancholy to Summerhall’s Dissection Room, with the raw energy of Springsteen and the drama of Arcade Fire.
The Rising: the UK’s number one Springsteen tribute have put on a sell-out Fringe show the last two years.
A three-man band from Adelaide, Australia, tell an odd and very random story of one man’s travels through spoken word and song.
From sets at the Olympic Closing Ceremony and Brit, MOBO and Mercury awards to live sessions on BBC Two, Sky Arts, BBC Radio 2 and Jazz FM, from collaborations with the likes of Am…
Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng are joined by Steve and Colin Temple, with unique harmonies and musicianship, performing all the hits of Freddie and The Dreamers alongside timeless class…
Fresh from the success of The 27 Club show in Europe, Aki Remally takes you on a journey through his life in music and the powerful influence of Jimi Hendrix.
Award-winning Scottish funk septet Das Contras return to launch their third album.
Richard Dawson brings his wonderfully shambling exterior, tales of pineapples and underpants, ghosts of family members and cats to Summerhall’s Dissection Room.
One of post-dubstep’s bright lights, Mount Kimbie come to Summerhall’s Dissection Room for a genre-evading late-night DJ set, drawing from a thick soup of influences that leave…
MacFloyd return with their new show for 2016, On the Horizon.
The best undiscovered songwriter of his generation? Born to celebrity parents when Elvis topped the charts, immediately given away to strangers.
It’s a strange and unsettling thing being stood stock-still for a few minutes, gazing into a stranger’s eyes.
Back, back, back and bouncier than ever, the exclusive vinyl club night for the more fully fledged music fan returns for a one-off, late night festival special.
Freaky Family are back! Aki Remally, Jamie Graham and Allan Ferguson head this groundbreaking band traversing funk, jazz, hip hop beats and groove sensibility.
Basking in the success of his movie, the two-hit wonder returns to Edinburgh.
The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, based on the music of Green Day, comes to the Edinburgh Fringe in this exciting new take on the show.
The Red Guitar is, essentially, the story of John Sheldon’s life.
Live music throughout the day and night at Stramash, featuring the best Edinburgh-based and visiting musicians.
A sensational, original rock-opera experience set in the 34th century, this show brings together live rock music, dramatic performance and a spectacular movie created by award-winn…
A haunting and utterly compelling SAY award-winning album Bones You Have Thrown Me and Blood I’ve Spilled comes to Summerhall’s dissection room.
As well as a full daily schedule of incoming Fringe shows, Edinburgh’s famous multiple award-winning venue stages its own programme of jazz and late-night funk every night, with 5a…
Celebrating the 30th anniversary of its release, Edinburgh indie-rock band Bwani Junction and friends play Paul Simon’s classic album Graceland, joined on stage by one of the origi…
Step into an interstellar kosmische zone the likes the capital has never seen to launch Summerhall’s amazing musical programme this August.
Dirty Harry not only has the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of Blondie, but also a lookalike Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
Simon and Garfunkel: Through the Years is a blend of incredibly accurate live performance and multimedia, returning to the Edinburgh Fringe after sell-out runs in both 2014 and 201…
Monty Cotton, a seasoned performer and musician woke up one day and realised he could imitate Johnny Cash.
A Steampunk fandazzle eruption.
The Brit-popera for Common People Like You.
“Cracking good songs in the style of Brecht, Bowie and Brel” (Irish Times) - Jody Trehy plays Brighton with a sublime international band as part of his 2016 tour.
A story of self-acceptance, of passion meeting obsession, and of stereotypes dancing to a dazzling Anglo-Iranian beat.
Live Forever are Sussex’s premier Oasis tribute act.
Pulling up a stool in
front of the intimate, softly lit stage down in the basement of Komedia, reminiscent
of so many NYC music venues, the audience and I settled in to enjoy the…
Mishka Shubaly defies easy description.
The Brighton Showcase hosts the best in new and up-and-coming local talent every Wednesday evening at award-winning venue, The Brunswick.
Standard Lamps, Tenderhooks, Idle Talk.
Race down the memory lane of rock with ultimate seven-piece band, Tonight Matthew, in a twin-carb, Mk II Lotus Cortina, revved-up joy ride of homage to The Beatles, Bowie, Johnny C…
The Fiddler’s Elbow plays host to a showcase of alternative folk, blues and roots acts for the third year running, featuring Black Fields, Paul Murray, Edd Mann, Warsaw Radio, Rota…
Rock’n’roll spectacle! What are you looking for in an American rock band? Energy? Passion? General shenanigans? TMSB is coming to EdFringe! Guitars, keys, harmonies, drums, bass, a…
A night of big music in The Gardens, spanning the freewheeling rock’n’roll and southern soul of their magnificent new album, Modern Blues, to classics and other gems from their rem…
Owen Pallett’s new album In Conflict was released in 2014.
Concerts by Oklahoma City’s experimental fearless freaks The Flaming Lips are legendary, stunningly immersive psychedelic experiences, and this special open-air show beneath Edinbu…
The following is a true story, only the names have been changed to protect the guilty! In the beginning, back in 1955, man didn’t know about a rock’n’roll show, but five guys…
Angie Darcy returns to the fringe with her stellar tribute to and exploration of Janis Joplin.
Best known for the indie classics Sit Down and Come Home, James’ latest studio album La Petite Mort bristles with upbeat defiance and illustrates just why they remain one of Britai…
Dutch jazz punk veterans The Ex, have been going for thirty-five years.
London’s brass juggernaut makes its Fringe debut for three shows only, fresh from floor-filling gigs across Europe.
Award-winning New York-based saxophonist and composer Ben Bryden brings the songs of eccentric poet/songwriter genius Ivor Cutler into the jazz canon, with his indie-rock-infused j…
Based on the script Mountains and Seas by Gao Xing-Jian, the play premiered at the National Theatre in Taipei, 2013.
Straight from USA’s Rocky Mountains and season one of NBC’s The Sing-Off, Face creates a high-octane vocal rock phenomenon punctuated by an endearing love of performance.
This show is reviewer proof.
Edinburgh’s biggest alternative event of the year! A wild night of Scottish metal bands, burlesque and comedy headlined by reggae/metal heavyweights Skindred.
MacFloyd celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s classic Wish You Were Here, album performing the masterpiece in its entirety.
Jazz Bar Music is an event which shows off the musical skills of several different performers, making each night different.
The Allmans Project – Safehouse are back, playing their highly acclaimed Allman Brothers Band set.
Critics have dubbed Sturgill Simpson the saviour of traditional country music, a modern day Waylon Jennings.
Is seeing believing? Sit in the middle of one of the countless tacky bars in Lourdes as the revellers tell you the dramatic and tragic life of Bernadette.
Scottish session musicians The Breeze perform a 60 minute set featuring popular and lesser known songs of the late John Walden Cale.
Two artists, two different styles in a unique exciting rock show.
Celtabilly meets country, with a doff of the cap to the Man in Black.
The Rising – A Tribute to Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Take a large helping of the best pop music ever recorded.
Jukebox Sixties is a new show for 2015 performed by The Hollywood Bees, one of the UK’s leading tribute shows.
Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of Blondie but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
With over twenty different instruments played by only two men, this performance of Mike Oldfield’s masterpiece Tubular Bells is an astounding, explosive, truly incredible feat.
Edinburgh’s premier live music venue the Electric Circus presents Born and Bred, a series of gigs featuring the best new musical talent from across Scotland with a couple of surp…
The two-hit wonder movie star returns to Edinburgh.
An exclusive vinyl club night for the more fully-fledged music fan, DJs Kinghorror and The Spotlight Kid create an amazing mash up of grooves from the last six decades, perfectly c…
Seven facts that’ll change how you think about IT rock’n’roll… It is music and computer programming.
Be transported back to 1992 when music videos ruled and join a group of high school students as they learn how to deal with themselves, each other and varying degrees of depression…
The spirit of Rock’n’Roll Animal, Lou Reed, is with us for one last gig.
Local singer and guitarist Matt Dunn entertains every Friday at Angels Share. His style and repertoire caters to a wide audience.
For 30 years Ewins has been the top sales rep at the Plymouth Pie Factory.
Solid musicianship and original lyrical content, reaching out to young and old alike.
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