The Moor: Tramlines Fringe Listings

(Stage One)
12:00–12:30 – Sound of Thieves
This Manchester-based duo creates a range of covers and originals with an electro-funk feel.
12:40–13:10 – Smokey Bellows
Acoustic guitar and drums duo, a mixture of soul and rock with high energy.
13:20–13:40 – Liam Walker
Personal and emotionally resonant modern folk, performed with warmth.
13:50–14:20 – InaVibe
JC and Lee collaborate to create rap and melodic vibes.
14:30–15.05 – Ricky Fleming
Leeds-based singer/songwriter impressing audiences with his honest, soulful sound.
15:15–15:50 – Joey MacPhail
Singer/songwriter known for her upbeat, rhythmical guitar playing and infectious energy.
16:00–17:00 – Ward/Mcloughlin
Shaun Ward (ex Simply Red) and Shaun Mcloughlin create a fusion of punk/folk soul.

(Stage Two)
12:00–12:30 – Patrick Rose
Patrick Rose is a local folk and contemporary singer/songwriter, known on the local scene for his powerful voice and sensitive songwriting.
12:45–13:15 – Lizzie Goddard
Coming out of Gainsborough armed with an acoustic guitar and a songwriting style that is intelligent, witty and touching.
13:30–14:00 – Joe Wait
Local acoustic singer/songwriter performing a mix of covers and original material.
14:15–14:45 – Harriet Rose Grant
Harriet Rose Grant is an acoustic singer/songwriter with a fabulous, unique voice and a little country twist.
15:00–15:30 – Ruby Macintosh
A vivacious singer/songwriter inspired by music of the 50s and 60s. Captivating audiences with her old-school glamour and down-to-earth humour.
15:45–16.15 – Stevie Moore (pictured)
Sheffield singer, found by Elton John, sings all over the place, two albums (almost), dementia ambassador to Rotherham.
16:30–17:00 – Charlie Barker
Sheffield songwriter, vocalist and guitarist playing acoustic pop and country. Former BBC Young folk Awards semi-finalist.

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