Squeeze front man Glenn Tilbrook and Bluetones lead singer Mark Morriss top the bill in their guise as solo artists at a new one-day charity music festival in Somerset this summer.
The Life Festival, being held at the Taunton Academy on Saturday, June 23, will support the regional Stand Against Violence charity.
Glenn is renowned as a tireless troubadour and gifted writer of wry observational songs, including Squeeze classic Up the Junction
Mark Morriss, frontman of the 1990s indie band, will mix Bluetones hits, solo songs and covers.
Also going it alone will be Chris Helme, who is best known for his time with the short-lived Seahorses, the band formed by Stone Roses' guitarist John Squire; Chris will play some of his self-penned bluesy rock tunes.
Promising young performers taking part include teenage pop RnB singer Hatty Keane from Manchester who won the 2010 Open Mic UK competition, quirky smoky-voiced singer songwriter Kyla La Grange, who has been compared to Florence and the Machine, and up-and-coming Bulgarian born Ilona, who nurtured some of her mighty vocal talent at school in Cornwall, and has showcased her talents at this year's SXSW in Texas.
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