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Jessica was just a teenager when she performed at the first Looe Music Festival in 2011. Since then she has moved on – an up! – She left Looe to live in New York, where she won a recording contract. She has now moved to Nashville to futher he career in music. Well done Jess
Charlie, from Looe was the superstar of Looe Saves The Day in 2018. When Looe Music Festival went bust just three weeks prior to the event, the whole of Looe came together to organise a 3 day festival in 3 weeks. Charlie busked around Cornwall to help raise money to pay for the event. She became the star of Looe Saves The Day
Tyler Shea. 2019
Tyler is a teenage singer songwriter from Looe and he perfomed in 2019. He was asked to write a song about Looe, which appears on here
Ten Zero One.
They hail from Tavistock. At the time they played in Looe they were 13 years of age. They were the first band to play at the festival.
Empire of Fools, 2012
Empire of Fools sadly didn’t get to play at the 2012 festival as the torrential rain meant their set was cancelled. Here is some of the music Looe missed
Miner Quay are “Looe’s Shanty Band” Here’s just a short snippet of some of their music
The Duplex, 2018
The Duplex, or “Guitars to the Power of 2” as they prefer to be known are from Morval and Liskeard. They helped Looe Saves The Day in 2018 by performing at several venues around the town. Well worth a listen
Tosh – every year
Tosh, well known in Looe, perfomed every year at the festival in The Fisherman’s Arms. Adult content