The Manor House was bricked over in the 18th/19th century. Inside it’s as it was.
The finished the festival up with a storming set of Jazz and Soul. Fabulous playing and singing. The band brought together many of the people involved with the weekend. A great finale.
This was a powerful set with some virtuoso performances. Loved it!!
Some great guitar and interesting funky Jazz from this Newcastle group.
Strong by name and strong by performance. A powerful unit.
Straight out of the deep South Lisa sure had a voice and a great personality. It was good to hear a singer/songwriter with a guitar holding the stage. A powerful performance – a little too heavy on god for my liking at times (an American trait). I’m not big on god. She did some great bluesy numbers and a bit of country too – refreshing.
What better way to finish an evening than with a great blast of R&B. The veteran Alligators are stalwarts and always get the place rockin’ and everyone on their feet. The power trio perform old R&B favourites with a smattering of their own stuff and never fail to impress with their high-power showmanship and aggressive style.
Simon and Ben joined in with an impromptu jam and they obviously had a wail of a time (pun intended).