Line Up

BLACK STAR RIDERS are currently one of the hottest rock bands in the world of classic rock. Formed in 2012 with Ricky Warwick (Vocals), Scott Gorham (Lead Guitar), Robbie Crane (Bass) Chad Szeliga (Drums) and Christian Martucci (Lead Guitar). They are often billed as the next step in the evolution of Thin Lizzy. However BSR offer far more that that: rock anthems with skilfully intertwined guitars, extremely powerful vocals with a unique sound designed to leave you wanting more. Certainly a fitting headline act for the Stonedead 2021 Tommy Vance stage.

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Yorkshire legends TERRORVISION are currently enjoying a resurgence of their popularity, following the ‘Britrock Must Be Destroyed Event’ in 2018. The lineup of: Tony Wright (vocals), Mark Yates (guitar), Leigh Marklew (bass), Milly Evans (keys) and Cam Greenwood (drums) will certainly take the party up a notch in August with a host of hits from Tequila, Alice What’s the Matter, My House, D’ya Wanna Go Faster to Oblivion.

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Legendary Scottish rockers GUN will bring an arsenal of hooky riffs and catchy songs to the Stonedead 2021 Tommy Vance stage, and are guaranteed to put on one hell of a show for the Stonedead faithful!

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H.E.A.T have established themselves as one of the hottest melodic rock bands on the scene. Bringing powerful melodic vocals with a huge sound. With original vocalist Kenny Leckremo returning they will be bringing their high octane live show to Stonedead 2021.

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Southern blues influenced hard rock doesn’t get much better than the Kris Barras Band fronted by UK guitarist and vocalist Kris Barras; it is an explosion of gritty, hard rock blues, with killer riffs.

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Birmingham’s very own Blaze Bayley returns to Newark having previously performed in 2018 with Wolfsbane; this time bringing a UK summer exclusive of his Iron Maiden years.

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Tygers of Pan Tang hail originally from Whitley Bay and fully capture the raw spirit of classic NWOBHM. Tygers of Pan Tang bring their full swagger and galloping riffs for our pleasure and enjoyment.

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Myke Gray from hard rock band Skin will be joining us at Newark showground, with a career set. Showcasing songs from Skin, Jagged Edge, The Red White and Blues as well as his successful solo career this is set to be a highlight of the day.

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Dead Man’s Whiskey have rapidly built a reputation as a hard working ‘one to watch’ U.K NWOCR band. With big vocals, huge guitar hooks, energetic performances and catchy as hell choruses, this 5 piece will offer a scintillating performance to kick off Stonedead Festival 2021.

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FRIDAY NIGHT ROCK PARTY

To complete our already incredible line up for the MMH Friday Night Party, we proudly welcome the return of Wayward Sons! After playing a fantastic set in 2019 and wowing the Stonedead crowd, we are beyond excited to have them headline our special 2021 event, with their powerful mix of heavy rocking guitars and very catchy riffs. It’ll be the perfect way to kick off what’s set to be a pretty special weekend!

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Cats in Space are guaranteed to bring their unique sound to the Friday night transporting you back to the heady days of 70’s classic rock. Loud guitars, huge drums, pianos, soaring vocals and memorable choruses.

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Massive are a modern volatile hard rock engine, fuelled on adrenaline, beer and an obvious passion for Rock’n’Roll. The guys will be returning to Newark for their second outing following their incredibly popular set in 2019 and it’s going to be huge!

VA ROCKS will be bringing their brand of straight, uncompromising rock ´n´roll with a punk rock twist. Rough guitar riffs, hard drums, steady bass and a voice that will knock you out!

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