The Rosadocs – are a four piece Indie/Alt Rock band based in the Sheffield area. They formed in 2017 when Keelan found Joe through a musicians wanted page. Joe joined the band playing lead guitar and then brought Adam on bass, who he knew from an old band together. Completing the lineup, the band found Callum Raynor and brought him on board as their drummer. Together they have already released their debut single ‘No.54’ which has gained many positive reviews and is always a massive hit at any show. A little after 6 months of being together, they supported ‘The Sherlocks’ at their massive sold out hometown show at Sheffield, O2 Academy. They were also invited to join Louis Berry as main support for his Foundry Student union show in Sheffield in 2017. 2018 was a big year for them, with their first ever headline show selling out in one day, many top festivals such as Tramlines and Mosborough Music Festival played in between a second headline show at Sheffield’s Leadmill which also sold out in a matter of weeks. The lads describe themselves as an Indie/Alt Rock band, with many influences ranging from the 60s all the way to the present day and are here to make a statement.
Keelan Graney – Lead Vocals and Guitar
Joe Egan – Guitar and backing vocals
Adam Sleight – Bass and backing vocals and
Callum Raynor – Drums
Paul Fletcher and the Dukes
Born in Sheffield, Paul Fletcher is a singer, songwriter and producer, who has a production deal with the SoulTown / 79:35 Recording Label.
After spending two years with the indie band Blind Drivers, Paul left to concentrate on producing and writing projects for people such as Lily Allen, Olly Murs, Stephanie Nala, as well as writing and recording two EP’s (COYOA and Imagine What It Could Have Been) that have been released, currently available on iTunes.
With influences from all decades, Paul has worked with artists of all generations and genres, which has lead to several tracks breaking into the top 40 UK charts.
Sweetness – are an upbeat jangle pop/rock trio, combining witty lyrics with memorable guitar riffs. Bringing a different flavor to modern indie, the Sheffield band released their debut EP, ‘An Honest Man’, in July 2018. Track 3 from the EP, ‘Woman Delayed’, has been featured multiple times on BBC Introducing in both Lincolnshire and Humberside, with a great reception to its bouncy vibe. The band is fast gaining traction in the Sheffield indie scene, with a good balance of lyrical depth and songs to dance to throughout their sets.
Guitar, Vocals: Aedan Butler
Bass: Jacob Turnbull
Drums: Ryan Moore
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