The line up for this year is as follows:
Southbank Crows are an Alternative Rock/Pop band from London, started in the early stages of 2017 by a group of guys who met at a blind audition.
With their unique blend of Rock, Americana and heart felt stories, Southbank Crows was formed. Later that year their first self titled EP emerged with 100,000+ streams, sparking the band to embark on their first UK tour and a further 50 + shows and festival appearances. A follow up EP was released a year later called The Wild Ones.
Southbank Crows are now back in the studio recording their debut album.
The Prognosis are the Surrey based progressive rock band who write and perform their own music whilst playing tributes to a number of excellent prog rock bands from the seventies and eighties. They have recently finished their first album “Still Waters”
The Prognosis play tributes to prog rock classics, from Shine on you Crazy Diamond and Comfortably Numb from Pink Floyd, Firth of the Fifth, Cinema Show, The Knife and Turn It On Again from Genesis , Lady Fantasy, The Snow Goose from Camel and others classics from the likes of Supertramp, Deep Purple, Focus, Caravan, Rush, King Crimson, ELP, Jethro Tull & Steve Hackett.
Abi F Jones
It’s great to invite Abi back to Dorkfest this year accompanied by her band.
The Choco La’s
A love of chocolate and three part harmonies brought twins Jake & Luke and icon Bryony together to form The Choco La’s. Hailing from the same tiny village, they blend folk, pop etc., swapping instruments and all taking lead vocals. Come get Chocoloco
Stephanie Davies & The Super Dynamics
Steph is a soul singer in the true sense of the word with great presence and a style of delivery that recalls the golden era of rhythm and blues.
‘The super dynamics’ are her backing band and play original, funky, soul music with a raw and emotional edge. They have been doin’ their thing up and down the UK for the past couple of years now, having cut their teeth in other bands. The guys are experienced players with a strong commitment to jamming and interaction with the crowd – never failing to move butts on the dance floor. The band are comprised of James and Stu on guitars, Mark on Bass, Dudley on Drums.
With the superdynamics the stage is set for a real ‘funky good time’