Wildwood KinHere’s something new and exciting for you. This trio of females from Exeter (2 sisters and their cousin) will blow you away. The most stunning harmonies interspersed with lovely guitar and great rhythm from the cajon. Andy & Malc saw these quite by accident at another venue and booked them on the spot. They’re that good!

Support this week from Is You Is, fronted by local top musician Graham Ball.

Mike ScottKeeping up his reign as the most booked performer at Seend Acoustic Club, our old friend and everyone’s favourite Grandad returns to the top slot with a whole heap of new material as well as all his old classic singalong tunes. Prepare to weep, laugh and quite positively wet yourself!

ThornbridgeA welcome return for this fine trio who last appeared here in January 2011.

Thornbridge simply make beautiful music, taking inspiration from the folk song tradition throughout the British Isles as well as more contemporary sources. They write and arrange their own songs too. They’ve appeared at clubs and festivals from Minehead to Grimsby and Swanage to Penrith.  The line-up of Barbara and Andy Rusbridge and Guy Hawthorn bring three quite different voices together to make a distinctive “Thornbridge” sound that is rich and complex, injecting new life into old songs with expression, subtle harmony and gentle instrumentation.  si Barron

Support act this week is Si Barron.

Si Barron is a folk singer, songwriter, and superb self-taught musician based in Somerset. He has a deep relationship with English traditional music and a gift for turning time-honoured melodies into foot stomping anthems on guitar, dulcimer or pedal organ.

My SweetComplete with tall tales & corny jokes, My Sweet Patootie is an acoustic roots group from rural Ontario, Canada, bringing twining vocal harmonies, monstrous finger-style guitar, fiddle, percussion and abundant charisma together in one perfect package.Complete with tall tales and corny jokes,

My Sweet Patootie delivers a modern-day Music Hall show that Driftwood Magazine describes as “two parts exemplary musicianship, one part vaudeville comedy”. Terry Young, Sandra Swannell and Bradford Nowak are skilled performers using a ditzy-like-a-fox approach to their craft. Their upbeat show is a carnival ride with good-time finger-snapping tunes and carefully placed heartfelt ballads.

Support this week from local accomplished guitarist and singer Graham Ball.

Chris WestonThis week sees the return of Chris Weston, a talented young guitarist / singer / songwriter who hails from Bradford On Avon and currently lives in Cornwall. Chris has a very unique style, great lyrics and a delicate voice to suit. Joining us in support for the first time since his heart attack earlier this year is legendary bluesman Kevin Brown. Best not clap too loud!kevin brown

Al O KaneA long awaited return for this talented singer / songwriter from Frome.

Al O’Kane is a fresh singer-songwriter and guitarist from Frome in Somerset. He has played gigs alongside the likes of Eddie Martin, Cara Dillon, Kevin Ayers, Beth Rowley, Ashley Hutchings, Stringer/Bessant (REEF), Seth Lakeman and Adrian Edmondson & the Bad Shepherds.

Currently gigging as a Solo Acoustic Artist, Al is now in the final stages of recording his debut album “Oort Cloud Visitor”. It’s an “alternative folky blues-rock crossover with a bit of country thrown in for good measure” …it will be Al’s finest collection of original songs to date and will be pushing a very new acousticTom Vigar sound – it is due for release later this Summer!

Taking the support slot is Tom Vigar, a young up and coming songwriter from Bradford On Avon.

Jamie HawkinsGreat to welcome back Jamie to Seend. This Swindon singer / songwriter has already wowed us at the club and at this years beer festival. An award winning songwriter who’s songs tell a great story with lyrics that draw you in, and what a voice too!

In support this week we have Bi-Vocal which is Sandy Ball and Bryony McGinty, beautiful unaccompanied harmonies.

See you there!