Live Music

Shrewton Silver Band

Shrewton Silver Band is a traditional brass band which has flourished in the Salisbury area of Wiltshire for over 150 years. The band has a broad repertoire of music to suit most occasions and tastes, and is generally available throughout the year to provide music for a wide range of events. Shrewton Silver Band regularly competes and is graded in the 2nd Section Nationally.

The band always enjoy supporting Salisbury Hospice Charity at the Wessex Country Fair and we look forward to entertaining everyone visiting the event again this year.

The Navy Larks

The Navy Larks, Salisbury’s own landlocked sailors, perform shanties, songs of the sea and their own nautical compositions, to produce a lively, varied and amusing performance.

Sticky Toffee Jazz

Sandy Ince is a sought after Jazz singer with a big vintage vibe. Her sophisticated repertoire covers everything from Nina Simone to Caro Emerald. Better known as Sticky Toffee Jazz, her music will transport you to bygone times and leave you wanting more…


Made up of Adam Pounder and Pete Sladen, this Salisbury-based folk duo play a unique blend of jigs and reels on the fiddle and guitar which are guaranteed to get your toes tapping.

The Duskers

The Duskers are a 5 Piece alternative Country/Roots/Americana band from Salisbury.


The world’s greatest Scrumpy & Western rapper, Corky is on a mission to bring agricultural hip-hop to the West Country nation and beyond. Corky mixes the sounds of the lanes of North Wiltshire with sharp takes on hidden rural poverty, skittles, second home-owners and the price of milk. He has supported everyone from The Wurzels to Goldie Lookin Chain.

Acrustic Badger Band

Hailing from Salisbury Plain, the world famous ‘Acrustic Badger band’ play fok-ish rural anthems and woodland bangers. Get involved in a gert lush country ramble with the Acrustic Badger Band!

The Wurzels

Legends of the West Country, best known for their Hits of the 70’s, Combine Harvester, I am a Cider Drinker, The Blackbird Song, Morning Glory, Drink Up thy Zider.