DIVERSITY STAGE

SATURDAY

12.00 - SABRINA FLETCHER

An accomplished local singer-songwriter & self taught pianist Sabrina’s work is influenced by David Bowie, Kate Bush & Tori Amos although she has her own unique sound too!

12.40 - SARAH YEO

Exeter born Sarah’s brand of country, folk & Americana is honest, heartfelt songwriting at its best.
“Plenty to tickle the ear” RnR magazine.
“Beautiful voice” BBC introducing.

13.20 - VERITY GREENWAY

The band is new, however they have over 130 years of combined gigging experience, which you can tell from the moment that they play!

14.00 - HOLLY KIRBY

An engaging singer songwriter from Exeter who accompanies herself expressively as pianist.

14.50 - EXETER COLLEGE CHOIR

Open to all students across the college the choir gives an opportunity to sing in a group & enjoy socially singing together.

15.00 - JAMBASSADORS

A smaller, breakout ensemble selected from Exeter College Music Academy ensemble Jazz Project, The Jambassadors are a collective of music students keen to dig deeper into improvisation, explore modern jazz rooted music & experiment.

16.10 - CHARTWELL DUTRIO

Chartwell Dutiro’s mbira playing takes the you direct to the heart of his homeland Zimbabwe, the mbira’s country of origin.

16.50 - RUBY MAY SPENCER

Exeter based singer-songwriter Ruby’s music has been described as ‘Neo Soul’. Influences such as Amy Winehouse, Etta James & Alabama Shakes inspire her music.

17.30 - LAZY STACKS

5 piece funk band consisting of Felix Martin, Zac Ward, Josh Cade, Alfie Wright & Tom Brown.

18.10 - KANGAROO CROSSING

A jazz band made up of Cameron Conn on drums, Rufus Stanier on double bass & Luke Murray on guitar who play a mixture of originals, standards, & some reworked versions of classical songs.

SUNDAY

11.00 - FUNK'D UP

All passionate musicians who love jamming & playing jazz & funk with a tight rhythm section & ear blasting horn section playing well known songs from jazz & funk to rock & pop.

11.50 - PAUL KOUATCHU

Paul describes his vibes as world music founded in the roots & heart of reggae “I am both privileged & proud to be able to share & celebrate in the sounds I create”.

12.30 - SHORT NOTICE

Six college students – two vocalists, two guitarists, a drummer & a pianist playing a mixture of acid-jazz & pop-funk covers & originals.

13.10 - CAVEMOUTH

Super excited to be returning to play at Exeter Respect Festival this year with their unique & edgy mix of wonky-blues, mammoth-sized funk & a sprinkling of jazz.

13.50 - THE REAL-ISH BAND

Isbhbel Crombie (vocals), Rob Rohdes (guitar), Nick Chevesse (bass) & Rob Sibley (Cajon) write & play original material with a mix of heartfelt irreverent acoustica & toe tapping melodies.

14.30 - ENDAKAT

An electronic indie-pop fusion of bubblegum synths, dreamy vocals, & lo-fi guitars, Kat writes & record her own original music.

15.10 - ANNA JONES

A local singer-songwriter who creates soulful songs which reflect aspects of her life. She accompanies herself on her keyboard & adds depth with rhythm on her Cajon drum. Her warm, soulful voice & thoughtful lyrics really connect with her audiences wherever she goes.

16.00 - BIG BAND EXETER COLLEGE

Now in its 31st year the Big Band is as popular as ever with students. Their current programme includes Latin American, popular ballads, Motown soul, soundtracks & genuine big band jazz repertoire.

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