Open mic line-up

Kimberley Spurrier

Wednesday, 26th September at 16:00pm


Queen of Pop and Jazz covering a variation of artists over the ages, A voice that will leave you speechless and calling out for more! Connecting with the audience at a whole new level, priding herself in delivering excellence every time she performs. ‘Beautiful voice, Fantastic entertainer, very professional, loved by all who heard her amazing voice’ Comments made by pub owners, the audience and clients. You can find more reviews about Kimberley Spurrier on the reviews section of this page.


Performing at venues over Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. Available for hire, pubs, restaurants, social clubs, festivals, private events such as anniversaries, birthday parties, Charity events, weddings.



Jess Lee

Wednesday, 26th September at 17:00pm


After many years of making melodies in her bedroom, Cambridge-based Jess Lee decided it was time to captivate the world through her thoughtful tunes and delicate, lovely lyrics. Influenced by the likes of John Mayer, Brooke Fraser and the Civil Wars, Jess’ debut EP ‘Out of Dust’ was released at the start of this year and her lead single ‘Arms Wide Open’ was named pick of the uploader on BBC Music Introducing in Cambridgeshire.



Liam Martin

Wednesday, 26th September at 18:00pm


My style as a musician is that I am a ‘Acoustic Singer/ Songwriter’



Outside Kings

Wednesday, 26th September at 19:00pm


We are two dedicated poets/songwriters based in Cambridge, known as Outside Kings. Our mission is to create music that combines spoken word poetry with rhythms and licks that often find their foundations in funk and blues with the odd hint of rock and roll and the occasional twist of something completely different.



Annie Dressner

Thursday, 26th September at 12:00pm


Annie Dressner, originally from NYC, has been living in Cambridge for the last seven years. Her second studio album “Broken Into Pieces” will be released 26 October 2018. Her music has been played on BBC Radio 2, 6 Music and Caffe Nero, amongst others.  She has performed at festivals, such as Cambridge Folk Festival and Green Man.  “She’s an artist worth seeking out” – iTunes.


Pre-order Annie’s upcoming album Broken Into Pieces (26 October 2018) here:



Pyramid Park

Thursday, 26th September at 14:00pm


Pyramid Park released their debut album Vulnerability in September 2017, seeing the album reach number 1 in the UK Christian & Gospel iTunes chart.  The album has since been named album of the week on Life FM, Switzerland, and NED FM, Netherlands, with plenty of airplay across the UK and beyond.  Spotify have picked up songs adding to their official Indie Spirit & Modhymns playlists, with Free CCM (USA) choosing another track Born To Be Brave to be their free download of the month. 


2018 has seen Pyramid Park play 16 festivals from New Zealand’s Festival One right through to Germany’s FreakStock Festival with plenty of UK and Europe dates in-between. On top of this Vocalzone (the vocal pastels) have recently endorsed Pyramid Park.


“This isn’t just one man and his guitar, this is a soul searching sound for a new generation. 5*” Louder Than The Music.



FB: @1pyramidpark




Miles Unsworth

Thursday, 27th September at 15:00pm


A guy who likes Music, Movies and Purple Hoodies.


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Joe Tofts

Thursday, 27th September at 16:00pm


Joe Tofts is a singer/songwriter who is highly influenced by country/pop rock music. With the release of his first two singles, ‘Poison’ and ‘Those Country Roads’, Joe has had a lot of positive feedback Internationally. Joe has had both singles played on various radio stations, including, BBC Introducing Cambridge and BBC Cambridgeshire.



The Mixies

Friday, 28th September at 12:00pm


A half-Indian brother-sister duo (actually one whole Indian in total if you think about it) from Cambridge who spent part of their childhoods growing up in India, where as well as building up a high tolerance for spice, they became influenced by Bollywood culture and music. Their songs, a fusion of Western and Indian popular music, are presented through a simple but tasteful combination of guitar, ukulele and vocals.

Jonny Desai

Friday, 28th September at 13:00pm


Jonny Desai is a multi-instrumentalist composer and producer from Cambridge. He grew up in India and draws from his cultural heritage for some inspiration. He was initially trained on classical guitar, though after getting through all the grades he discovered he was more suited to improvising and began learning jazz. Piano also became a large interest, and adding electronic elements to his works was a key discovery in establishing his own sound. His extensive use of tape loops and delays combined with haunting vocals creates a vivid sonic atmosphere.




Friday, 28th September at 14:00pm


Rida Mukhtar is a self taught musician playing guitar, bass guitar and piano to a very high level. Rida composes original material and works for Active Artists Agency. Performing live as a solo act and often improvising along side DJs and other band members at prestigious venues around the UK and beyond. Find him on Instagram under @ridazm



Izi & Xena Phoenix

Friday, 28th September at 16:00pm


Emotive and stripped back slowly changing and flowing till the end. It makes people feel even if they are a little unsure of how, something a little unexplainable but relateable like that unspoken understanding between friends. Nothing is said but it doesn’t need to be.  



Chris Fox

Saturday, 29th September at 12:00pm


Chris Fox is a modern-day troubadour, transcribing songs of the human experience in a range of styles across the folk and roots spectrum. He writes and arranges songs using a new roots soundscape that encompass a cultural whiplash of Folk (both trad & contemporary), Americana, Country, and Blues.



The Blonde and The Beard

Saturday, 29th September at 13:00pm


We are “The Blonde and The Beard” an acoustic duo made to create fun vibrant covers of all genres of music to perform at Weddings, Birthdays and Events! We have been performing together now for just over two years, we got together completely on a whim for a friend’s wedding and since then we have been booked for weddings and events since and we have never looked back. With myself and Carl (the beard) being completely self-taught performers we have a huge passion for what we do and we have fun! We adore performing, he is definitely the cool cat of the duo and I am the bubbly blonde with a victory roll!



Sophie Frear

Saturday, 29th September at 14:00pm


Sophie Frear is a 17-year-old singer/songwriter/guitarist from Cambridgeshire who’s been gigging for 5 years at various pubs, festivals and private functions in various music styles including pop, country, rock, etc. Her original song ‘Beautiful disaster’ went viral with23,000 likes, 800,000 views and over 10,000 shares on Facebook when she was 13. 



Marian Stan

Saturday the 29th of September at 15.00pm


Marian Stan is a guitar player, singer and songwriter living in Godmanchester, UK. Marian’s music is a fusion of soul, folk and acoustic rock that he complements with an impressive repertoire of love songs covering over fifty years of great music, from Frank Sinatra and Louis Armstrong, to James Blunt and Ed Sheeran. 




Saturday the 29th of September at 16.00pm


I am an indie/pop songwriter from London/Birmingham with a huge range of influences from old to new. Also, part of an up and coming band in Birmingham called Portobello, this is my solo project and I have an EP coming out in the next few weeks, which is excellent timing!