Where on earth has the fortnight gone.It’s gone quick so

we must have been enjoying ourselves!Whilst this is the

final night in the Bushys Tent there will be another night

on the beach at Port Erin(always subject to weather which

up until today has not been a problem whatsoever!)


Early Slot 7.30-9.30pm

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York’s finest,these guys have trodden the boards of the York rock scene for decades and for good reason.

Dedicated to purveying the finest classic rock.Chief Dog (and cat lover as it happens!) Alan Herbert heads

the band on guitar and vocals.Ken Gadd backs vocals and bass and relatively young pup Phil Calvert very ably

on drums.All the classics from Free to Zeppelin to ZZ Top.Does exactly what it says on the tin.ROCK!

Late Slot and Final Band for Bushys TT 2016  10-11.55pm

Perfect way to end on an absolute high with powerhouse all-round axeman with a fresh new line-up


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Heart stopping blues-rock fronted by ubiquitous Nick Barlow ob Guitars,vocals,mouth harp and stomp box. Stu Dunn keeps the keys

and soul of the band intact whilst relative newcomers Aaron Roberts is on the stool,James Hannah ably on electric guitar and Neil Williams

calmly and cooly keeping the rhythm of bass. Some classic Zeppelin but they’re own compositions sit comfortably with the covers.

Perfect storm……

Down at the beach on the COLAS BEACH STAGE

Slot 7.30-10pm

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Debut of sorts for Brad Meechan’s new outfit The Royals who are a four piece

wannabe supergroup hailing from London. With each member performing in

different acts and genres. Expect classic pop and rock covers with a new edge.

The band will also be performing some exciting, previously unheard original material.

An exciting band and exhilarating stage presence.Worth a punt.

Brad Meechan – Vocals and Guitar, Scott Colcombe – Vocals and Keys,

Ben Rotherham – Vocals and Bass, Joe Watt – Vocals and Drums

Some covers,some originals,some just plain sound!Previous incarnation was The Curbs

who also made a great first impression last year.