What A Glorious Weekend!
Thank you to everyone who joined us in the Spring sunshine for a fantastic festival.
We'll have lots of pictures and video from the Bish Bash in the coming weeks.
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Back for 2018
The Stortford Music Festival aka The Bish-Bash made a welcome return in 2018.
The festival, which took a break in 2017 returned to it’s traditional May bank holiday date, falling on 5th and 6th May 2018.
Headlining on the Saturday were The Rolling Clones, one of the UK’s biggest and best Rolling Stones tribute bands.
Sunday’s headliners were 90s indie band The Bluetones, and living legend Wilko Johnson.
Wilko Johnson was the original guitarist for Canvey Island RnB legends Dr. Feelgood, recording four albums with them before going solo, then joining The Blockheads in 1980.
His highly publicised fight with and recovery from cancer in recent years has seen Wilko Johnson in the spotlight again, starring in Game Of Thrones and Oil City Confidential, recording a top 3 album with Roger Daltrey from The Who, and taking his new band featuring Blockheads bassist Norman Watt-Roy and drummer Dylan Howe on the road.
The Bluetones were part of the Brit-pop explosion in the late 90s, a genre topped by the warring factions of Oasis and Blur. Their debut album Expecting To Fly hit the number 1 spot in 1996 and spawned the hit singles Slight Return, Cut Some Rug and Marblehead Johnson. They have since released a further 5 studio albums including top 10 follow-up Return To The Last Chance Saloon and have toured the UK to rave reviews ever since.