After growing up immersed in the life of folk festivals, whilst her parents performed, it's no wonder Melody Causton has stepped into the spotlight. Aged just 21, the singer-songwriter has released her first EP, supported a number of respected folk acts such as Megson and has gained radio support from her local BBC introducing show.

Melody has also won awards including 'Best female solo artist' at Cambridge's NMG awards for the last two years running. There are many exciting things on the horizon for Melody with gigs and festivals lined up for the rest of the year, including the White Stuff Get Together!

By the Rivers write and perform songs that concern social and political issues of today, in a reggae style. They were formed in Leicester in the Spring of 2010 and by the end of 2010 had played local support slots with the likes of The Beat, The Buzzcocks, Neville Staple, Toploader and Dawn Kinnard.

Their performance on the BBC introducing stage at Glastonbury drew one of the biggest crowds and had them tipped as one of the future stars of the world famous Pyramid Stage!

Rusty Shackle are an indie folk band from Wales that have been captivating audiences with their incredible live performances since early 2010. Their shows blend well-crafted catchy tunes with stunning high-energy level performances which make sure you leave with their songs swimming around your head.

Rusty Shackle have found themselves to be seasoned regulars on the British festival circuit. Their most prestigious performances to date have been at Glastonbury, Cambridge Folk and Beautiful Days Festival. And the Get Together's next on the list!

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