Poole Street Music

Street Music is back, for a second year, bringing great, live music by local artists to the heart of Poole. Working in conjunction with the Poole BID’s Christmas Extravaganza, Poole Bay Rotary has organised the entertainment on two of the three stages on Saturday 2 December between midday and 5pm. Not only will you be able to enjoy some foot-tapping music, you’ll also be able to contribute to the Club’s project to raise money for the Poole-based charity helping the homeless – Routes to Roots. We’ll be there with donation buckets, plus the chance to buy tickets for our Grand Raffle.

Poole Quay Stage (outside The Lord Nelson) – compered by Dave Chinery
12.00-12.35 Terran Spacers Progressive/alternative/space metal band with unearthly alien vibes and sci-fi based lyrics
12.45-13.15 Chris Collins Acoustic solo act playing a mean selection of vintage classics with melodic tones and heartfelt singing
13.15-13.45 Outrage Party Band A great rocking harmony band, from the Bournemouth area, laying hits from the 50s 60s and 70s
14.00-14.30 Sir Jonny Boon Emo folk act; expect songs about vampires, woollen jumpers, the Channel 4 TV show Countdown . . .
14.30-14.50 Ethereal Up and coming solo project of Yui Karlberg. Her ambient vibes will keep you warm on a cold night
14.50-15.10 Stacey Leighann Pop acoustic, worldwide singer, with a passion for writing music
15.10-15.30 Dan Desmond Singer/songwriter, using a driving rhythm based pop-rock sound
15.30-15.50 Karl Latimer Up and coming 22-year-old Wareham keyboard player/singer playing a Christmas selection
15.50-16.20 Pudenski Brothers Play 80s classics in their own acoustic style
16.20-16.40 Amie Bedford Singer/songwriter from New Milton and the newest ambassador for the charity Dorset Mind
16.40-17.00 Radioplay Dorset musician playing mostly brit rock style and originals, currently recording a new album

Falkland Square Stage – compared by Calvin Glen
12.00-12.35 Emma-Jane Toop Band Local Dorset band, who have featured in many local festivals playing a mixed genre of music
12.45-13.15 Matt Griffiths An acoustic singer/songwriter with an eclectic mix of folk, country, pop and just a hint of rock
13.15-13.45 Calvin Glen & Nicole McNally Vibrant, fun, young pop duo who perform popular covers from classic oldies to current day
13.45-14.05 Victoria Allen 16-year-old local artist who both writes and performs her own songs as well as covers
14.15-14.45 Plastic Jeezus Boscombe-based ukulele/bass/drum trio, playing witty toe-tappers to put a grin on your face
14.55-15.15 Hannah Louisa Gough Now a soloist, she has been singing at events in Bournemouth and Poole since the age of 8
15.15-15.45 Shaun Gary Palmer An acoustic troubadour from Poole. Fusing hip-hop, folk and everything in between
15.50-16.10 Gracie Park A 14-year-old who attends a local stage and screen school full time
16.10-16.30 Beca Fludgate Previously with the band Peachy Jane, she released her debut album (Domino Road) last year
16.30-17.00 Brothers Grimmer Popular and well known, Bournemouth rock band. with a third album due for release in late November

All the artists for giving their time completely free, to the Poole BID for use of the stages and PA equipment and to Bournemouth University for their support.

All timings are approximate only and may be subject to change, as are the listed artists.


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