Missed the live performances? Don't worry you can still enjoy them!

Leona May

Leona Mae is a 16-year-old singer-songwriter from St Albans who writes and performs her own material along with a selection of songs from other artists. A known performer in St Albans, Leona has been performing from a young age and has built up a good local following but is exciting now starting to get attention from radio stations and record labels nationally. Her dream would be to go and perform in Nashville.

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Honeysuckle Jazz

Vintage jazz band specialising in the sounds of the 1920s and 1930s. learn more about them here.

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Swanvesta Social Club

The Swanvesta Social Club, based in St Albans, are the UKs number one Anglo-Cuban band,  playing a mixture of Cuban and British music with plenty of percussion and horns. Despite missing all their festival dates this year they are delighted to be back at the fantastic Alban festival and are looking forward to making the band virtual!

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Steve Warner Folk

Steve is a singer-songwriter from Hertfordshire. He writes his own songs and performs them at many local folk clubs and festivals. Writing in an observational style with clever lyrics and catchy melodies, Steve Warner Folk is a confident and engaging performer, on subjects as diverse as the demise of the Luton Car industry, the trenches of the WW1, the Glencoe Massacre and the current addiction to all things technological.

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OXUS

A string quartet with an eye for intriguing and unusual repertoire, performing music from all eras, but specialising in 20th-century and contemporary work.

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Grace George

Grace George is a musician and songwriter who is known for her smoky and emotive vocals. When performing live, GG accompanies her voice with the Guitar, Piano and Loop Station: looping gives her the freedom to essentially become a One-Woman Band!

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ARC

Trio playing modern and classic Indie-Folk covers, ranging from Whitney Houston to Simon and Garfunkel, reinterpreted and stripped back to two-part female vocal harmonies and acoustic guitar. Find out more here.

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Paul Littler from The Maida Vales

The Maida Vales are proud to call St Albans their home having grown and developed living in the city centre. The Maida Vales can often be seen playing live to packed crowds at the city’s favourite venues and much-loved street festivals. The Maida Vales musical roots lie in the infectiously catchy pop-rock rhythms of The Raconteurs and Supergrass as well as the traditional Brit-pop sounds of the 60’s.

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