Single By Sunday our 2017 headliners, are an exciting, energetic four-piece pop rock band from East Kilbride, Glasgow, named "Scotland's best unsigned band" by Captal FM. www.singlebysunday.com
Imprints are a folk, shanty, rock band based in Bristol. Described as a knees-up explosion with an unforgettable energy on stage they deliver their unique high-octane spin on the folk-rock genre and ensure every performance is a memorable foot-stomping jigging occasion!www.imprints.co.uk
Bath-based garage rock & rollerblades. Brothers Stos and Miti Goneos played Pewsey back in 2011, when Bite The Buffalo was just the two of them. Following a storming performance at The Concert At The King's this year, with the addition of Jake Salvador Meeking and Cassidy Jones, we asked Bite The Buffalo to return to Pewsey as a four-piece.
Fuzzy psychedelic jazz-grunge from Oxford, named after a Syd Barrett song. Described as "a crazy kind of wonderful" by Dave Gilyeat of BBC Oxford and a "strange, brilliant, oddly shaped musical force" by Nightshift Magazine, Lucy Leave are an growing favourite on the Oxford music scene.
Barney Goodall is an adventurous singer and composer with roots in Liverpool and the West Country. Barney fronts the band on lead vocals and keys. Funky bass grooves, soaring melodies and mellow synth-based dance.
The Little Baroque Company are fast proving an innovative, creative force in the classical world and beyond. Formed at the Royal Academy of Music in 2005, they are a regular fixture at the London Handel Festival and have performed for BBC Television and Radio.
Pewsey Belles are the village's own ladies' choir, who will launch the festival, alongside Pewsey Male Voice Choir.
Pewsey Male Voice Choir will launch the festival, alongside Pewsey Belles.
Pewsey Music Festival supports the following charities: The Bruce Trust, The Richmond Fellowship Trust's Wiltshire Outreach and Pewsey Carnival