Latest Festival Flyer update from Chagstock:
Another amazing addition to the line up for Chagstock Festival.
For Elles Bailey 2019 has been a hell of a year for the super-smoky-voiced, hard-working, far-touring chanteuse. On 8th March, she dropped her eagerly-anticipated second album ‘Road I Call Home’ to rave reviews, with the album charting in the Official UK Country Charts & Americana charts, gaining over 1.3 million streams since its release and reaching No.1 on the Amazon Blues Bestseller chart
Like its chart-topping predecessor, ‘Road I Call Home’ features co-writing contributions from high-calibre collaborators, including British hit-making legend and Ivor Novello Award winner Roger Cook, storied Memphis and Nashville giant Bobby Wood, as well as Dan Auerbach (of Akron, Ohio powerhouses The Black Keys) on the infectious ‘Little Piece of Heaven’
As a self-confessed ‘rolling stone’ – Elles genuinely does call ‘the road’ home. She’s continued her wide-ranging headline touring throughout the UK and Europe and was also special guest support for Grammy Award winner Mike Farris, Martin Harley, The Kris Barras Band and King King.
No surprise but 2020 is full of tour dates for Miss Bailey on the road that she really does call home. When she arrives near you, don’t think twice, get there. A great evening and a long musical friendship will be waiting.
Winner of ‘UK Song of the Year’ at AMAUK 2020
Nominated for 3 UK Blues Awards 2020 –
Artist of the Year
Band of the Year
Album of the Year ...
Announcing our Tunes-for-Trees campaign!
This year we wanted to go a bit further on the environment. We have calculated Chagstock's carbon footprint through how much electricity we use on site, and will be planting trees to absorb that carbon on or around Dartmoor.
Chagstock is working with tree planting charity Moor Trees who will be at the festival over the weekend.
You can even sponsor a tree of your own, or just learn about Moor Trees and the great work they do. ...
The line up keeps growing for Chagstock 2020 with the latest addition being Cable Street Collective
2019 was the biggest year yet for Cable Street Collective. Building on the critical hype and radio play (on the likes of BBC Radio 6Music, Radio X and Amazing Radio, among others) generated by their second EP, Where Now From Here? they spent the summer touring extensively – playing at Glastonbury, Shambala Festival and a whole host of festivals and venues up and down the country.
The band initially broke through onto the festival circuit with the release of their first EP, The Best of Times, in 2014, and have since built up a stellar reputation as a live act with back-to-back summers tearing up the likes of Boomtown, Bestival, Secret Garden Party, The Isle of Wight Festival, and the Lake of Stars Festival (Malawi), as well as those mentioned above.
Their sound mixes African-influenced guitars and beats with soulful female vocals and western melodies, creating an idiosyncratic alt-pop sound that’s all their own. Live, the band are joined by a horn section, and their sets are guaranteed to get everyone to their feet. ...
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