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We love to bring the best and widest range of Christian bands and artists from across the globe to Cornwall, creating an all-star lineup that really does have something for everyone. From rock, pop and funk to R ‘n’ B, folk and hip hop, you’ll find up-and-coming artists, festival favourites and big-hitters from across all music genres on our live music stages.

Main Stage Artists

Playing on our main stage in Cornwall.

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Tim Hughes

Tim is the Lead Pastor of Gas Street Church Birmingham, which he leads alongside his wife, Rachel.  He is a worship leader and songwriter known for songs such as “Here I Am to Worship”, “Happy Day”, “The Way”, and “Hope and Glory”.  He also pioneered Worship Central, a movement of worship leaders and musicians with a desire to see people encounter God, be equipped as worship leaders so that the local church can be empowered.  He has four children; Phoebe, Simeon, Lois and Judah.

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Wildwood Kin

Wildwood Kin are a family trio whose sound is characterised by extraordinary harmonies. Their brilliant debut album, while influenced by their early folk leanings, delved deeply into other genres, featuring both electric and acoustic instruments, and boasted inventive sonics and spectral atmospherics alongside their hypnotic three-part harmonies.

Guitarist Emillie Key, her bouzouki/keyboard- playing sister Beth and their drumming cousin Meghann Loney, all sing, swapping leads and joining forces on harmonies

Wildwood Kin website

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Steph Macleod

Steph Macleod (SCO) is a singer songwriter, worship leader and Mental Health Awareness campaigner. He has been in full time ministry since releasing his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Light In The Darkest Of Nights’ in 2010.

“I have a passion for God and for people. It’s my hope that the songs I write will bring them closer together.” Steph shares the hope he found in Jesus Christ through word and song all over the world. He draws inspiration from his own lived experience. He is committed to sharing the Gospel and the power of God’s saving grace.

Steph’s music has featured regularly on BBC Radio 2, BBC Songs of Praise, UCB, and he performs and leads worship regularly. He also has a passion for mentoring the next generation of young Christian musicians and is an activist for mental health awareness. He has toured and performed with Mike Farris, Nathan Jess, Chris McClarney, Martin Harley, and supported artists like Matt Redman, The Rend Collective, and Martin Smith.

Steph has recently become part of the new Scottish worship ministry Celtic Worship; a group of professional Scottish musicians who want to glorify God with the music they love so much. They will be touring this autumn in collaboration with TearFund, and recording their first album in November.

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Scott Cunningham

Scott Cunningham oversees the Worship Ministry at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa and is director of the School of Worship, which trains, disciples and equips people who feel called to worship ministry.

Scott is also Director of Calvary Creative, a ministry developed to lead, train, and provide resources for the church. You can find him leading worship in the Big Shed this summer.

Scott Cunningham Band website

Come to Cornwall

Come to our Cornwall event at the Royal Cornwall Event Centre, and you can also find all of these live acts playing in the afternoons on our Outdoor and Lakeside Stages.

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Amongst Wolves

Amongst Wolves are a 4-piece pop-rock band based in Manchester, who love using catchy pop melodies with energetic guitar riffs. They have a heart to engage with those who feel on the edge of society and achieve this by going into high schools, prisons and local communities, and talk about their Christian faith and how it’s impacted their lives. They feel passionate to talk about the stigmatised topic of mental health.

Amongst Wolves is comprised of Dan Jenkins (Vocals), Mark Wakefield (Guitar), Clarissa Stockton (Bass), and Andy Wells (Drums). The band released their debut project ‘Unspoken’ in late 2017, a 6 track pop-punk EP. They followed this up with the critically acclaimed ‘Rabbit Hole’.

Amongst Wolves took a step towards a new direction, with pop-rock the new driving force of the band. It was at this point that former vocalist Kariss left the group, as she felt her time with the band was up. In June 2019, Dan Jenkins stepped in as the new front man. In April 2020, the band was recognised by The Grizzly Awards by claiming runner-up in the best international band category.

On January 15th 2021, the band released the track ‘Voices’ – an anti-suicide song with a real gut punching set of lyrics. This song is part of the #ChooseToLive campaign, which is a social media movement encouraging people to share messages of hope and support those who are experiencing struggles with suicide.

Stay safe. Get the help you need. Choose to live.

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Club Brothers Music

Formed in 2017, singer/songwriters Leigh Coleman, Richard James, and Adam ‘in the hat’ Moran combined to create songs drenched in melody & harmony.

Bringing something fresh to the pop/folk/country scene, they released their debut EP ‘Drifting’ in late 2018.

“A trio of wonderfully talented Devon musician, hauntingly beautiful originals, we can’t wait to hear more from them.” – Noizze.co.uk

 

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Joe Hardy

Joe is a songwriter of great depth and variety and is a first class live performer whether solo or with his band. His emphasis on excellence is obvious to everyone. He has been playing stages of all sizes for over 15 years, and is at home in a church hall, a pub or a festival having honed his craft in all three…

He released his debut solo album ‘Without Borders’ in 2016 – a mixture of acoustic tracks through to Pop and all out Rock. He has a desire to tell a story and draw others into the process. Without Borders was the result of two years of writing, during this time Joe penned over 60 songs expressing different parts of his journey and telling the story of people he was meeting.

Since the release of Without Borders Joe has been leading worship and performing at churches and events all over the UK and into Europe. 2019 saw the release of EP ‘Hold Me Still’ – recorded live in a local Church, a collection of new and re-arranged songs in an acoustic format.

In 2020 Joe released ‘Waiting’ – written and recoded in lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic. For 2021 Joe has new music in the pipeline as himself and a releases with YCC Music.

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Josh Curnow

Since making it through to the Live Semi Finals of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent in 2016, which saw him playing to a home audience of 18 million, the name Josh Curnow has rocketed into the public eye.

Josh is a full-time singer-song writer based in Cornwall who played all over Europe supporting the likes of Scouting for Girls and K.T Tunstall. He also travels the UK spreading the word of God through his powerful testimony, speaking in schools and churches alongside Christian organisation Life stories at Lunch.

With the release of his debut album earlier in the year and top London officials in the mix, Josh is quickly being recognised as a big contender in the music industry.





Josh Curnow website

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Moses Brothers
The Moses Brothers Davidson (21), Emmanuel (19), Richard (17) are finding the balance between education, sport, and their love for music. 
They are currently devoting their time to facilitate worship at Wave House church. Seeing the power of God flooding through Cornwall has been a blessing and to partake in what Jesus is doing is truly wonderful. With a heart for creating, writing, recording, and producing, the boys are privileged to be working on their debut projects. Whether in a studio or in a bedroom, the Moses boys aim to cultivate a production of sound and instrumentation that reflects the gifts that God has given to them.
Now based in Cornwall, they have complimented their sound as their folk influences naturally shine through, having grown up in Longford, Ireland, and to Nigerian parents.
“We are learning to work wiser; to have breaks, so we have full tanks that are filled by something much better. Not for our own glorification, yet acknowledging that these talents are not ours to hold on to or hide. It is much bigger than us, and we can’t even comprehend what’s to come. We hope to one day make songs that listen to you and art that moulds you; that captures you in perfect light.”
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Our Atlantic Roots

Cornwall based indie duo, Our Atlantic Roots (Mac and Laura Johnston) bring an uplifting blend of American & British alt-folk, with hope-filled harmonies that are rich, dynamic and unite beautifully. Their sound isn’t something you could squeeze into one genre ‘box’; certain songs have a clear connection with the country/bluegrass sound, whereas others are delicately stripped back; acoustic alt-folk style tracks. 

The husband/wife duo met at ministry school in North Carolina in 2012. Just a few weeks after meeting, Mac and Laura sat down to write their first song together and straight away people commented on the way their voices and styles complimented each other.

In 2014 the duo married and relocated to the UK. September 2017 saw the release of Mac and Laura’s debut EP ‘First Light’ recorded with award-winning folk producer Andy Bell.

In 2019, the duo released their second EP ‘Little Bird’, which has since had over 500K streams on Spotify. Little Bird, Carry On & Wildflowers were also featured on popular indie/folk playlists by ‘AlexRainbird Music’, resulting in millions of plays for these songs on this popular YouTube channel.

2021 will bring new ‘Our Atlantic Roots’ music to your ears, so keep watching and listening! You can find Mac and Laura on YouTube/Spotify/Soundcloud/Bandcamp/Apple Music and most social media spaces too. Be sure to connect with them and remember to tag them #ouratlanticroots in your stories and posts.

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Shell Perris
Shell Perris heads up Imagine Ministries, home of ALIVE Family Worship.
She is also a singer, songwriter, communicator and presenter and, alongside her husband, Tim, works in Primary Schools across the UK promoting positive emotional well-being and resilience in pupils, staff and families. Shell is passionate about telling people about Jesus and helping families to worship and discover God together. Shell and Tim have 4 children and live in Worcestershire, UK.
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Steph Macleod

Steph Macleod (SCO) is a singer songwriter, worship leader and Mental Health Awareness campaigner. He has been in full time ministry since releasing his critically acclaimed debut album ‘Light In The Darkest Of Nights’ in 2010.

“I have a passion for God and for people. It’s my hope that the songs I write will bring them closer together.” Steph shares the hope he found in Jesus Christ through word and song all over the world. He draws inspiration from his own lived experience. He is committed to sharing the Gospel and the power of God’s saving grace.

Steph’s music has featured regularly on BBC Radio 2, BBC Songs of Praise, UCB, and he performs and leads worship regularly. He also has a passion for mentoring the next generation of young Christian musicians and is an activist for mental health awareness. He has toured and performed with Mike Farris, Nathan Jess, Chris McClarney, Martin Harley, and supported artists like Matt Redman, The Rend Collective, and Martin Smith.

Steph has recently become part of the new Scottish worship ministry Celtic Worship; a group of professional Scottish musicians who want to glorify God with the music they love so much. They will be touring this autumn in collaboration with TearFund, and recording their first album in November.

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Wildwood Kin

Wildwood Kin are a family trio whose sound is characterised by extraordinary harmonies. Their brilliant debut album, while influenced by their early folk leanings, delved deeply into other genres, featuring both electric and acoustic instruments, and boasted inventive sonics and spectral atmospherics alongside their hypnotic three-part harmonies.

Guitarist Emillie Key, her bouzouki/keyboard- playing sister Beth and their drumming cousin Meghann Loney, all sing, swapping leads and joining forces on harmonies

Wildwood Kin website

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