Jess Vincent


Westbury Music & Arts Festival – The Live Session

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  • Date: 3rd October 2015
  • Time: 19:30
  • Location: Westbury, Wiltshire, UK
  • Venue: Dilton Marsh Memorial Hall

The Live Session is returning back to its roots as it takes over Dilton Marsh Village Hall for another outstanding lineup at this year’s Westbury Music and Arts Festival. This event will feature short acoustic sets from some of the area’s finest.

Local musician Leander Morales, grew up in Dilton Marsh and attended the primary school in the village.  Having successfully crossed the Atlantic Ocean, performing 2 live shows, 3500 miles a part in one day for the 2014 Westbury Music and Arts Festival, this event will see the story continue with the launch of Leander Morales’s EP “The First Lesson” featuring songs recorded during his performance at New York’s “Bitter End” in Greenwich Village, September 2014.

Leander will be performing alongside Violinist Katherine Brewer. Together they have performed Glastonbury Festival and The Village Pump Festival as well as a number of other shows in the West.

Too Much Lipstick is made up of 6 local musicians. Together they have supported “The Beat” and more recently as the main support for “The Hoosiers” at Frome Festival. This young indie/pop/ska infused band will be performing an unplugged acoustic set. This band is certainly on the up! Come and see why.

Three Corners is fronted by Caroline Radcliffe and Nick Waterhouse (The creators of Frome’s popular Acoustic Plus) The melodic band has performed all over and on this occasion, they will be presenting music from their recently released album, Singular.

Jess Vincent has been touring over the years, appearing at numerous festivals and is currently performing songs from her acclaimed album Seesaw Dreams. Jess’s unique vocal and songwriting has seen her earning rave reviews from the music press/media.

When you hear the faint sound of drums/saxaphones/trombone and several other instruments in the distance, there’s a slim chance that it could be this flamboyant outfit from Frome. The Frome Street bandits often spring up when least expected, marching the streets and finishing wherever they feel suitable! In 2009, The Street bandits stormed the Streets of Dilton Marsh and look set to return for The Music and Arts Festival! Keep those ears open if you live in the village!

This is one night not to be missed!

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