Bethany is 18 years old and a lover of both music and fundraising. She performs at many events around the UK both Charity and Private Events. Bethany Hare’s Smile Foundation (also known as ‘Bethany’s Smile) was founded in December 2011 by Bethany Hare (then aged 12). Bethany first began fundraising in Summer 2010 when she made a short Charlie Chaplin style film to which she sang ‘Smile’. The film received global media coverage and donations poured in from around the world to support Bethany’s cause which was, at the time, Martin House Children’s Hospice in Boston Spa, Yorkshire. Following on from this Bethany has organised many events and expanded her fundraising in order to support children with life limiting/life threatening illnesses and their families both inside and outside the hospice. Through the charity Bethany also aims to inspire and empower other young people to become fundraisers too, by speaking at various events about her fundraising.
Barr Lane are a professional covers band specialising in rock, blues, and pure classics. They are regulars on the entertainment scene in Yorkshire and headlined our inaugural Glampfest event in 2017, and Glampfest 2018, receiving a fantastic reception.
Bring your lederhosen for a Saturday evening of live, toe tapping, thigh slapping, oompah entertainment! Raise your stein glass to a fun, action packed couple of hours with guaranteed audience participation! Hats, braces, wigs and shorts very much encouraged.
Jo Young is a singer/songwriter from York. She started writing songs when she was 5 and hasn’t stopped since. Though her music has evolved and matured (to some degree) since then, she’s still very playful with her lyrics and subject matter. Inspired by performers such as Nina Simone, Hozier and Lorde, her music crosses the genres of jazz and folk-pop.
Jo has been featured on 'BBC Music Introducing in York and North Yorkshire' and is also the winner of the 2018 'Tockwith Chance to Shine' singer/songwriter competition for the over 20's category.
Josh Gleaves, a talented teenaged Singer/Songwriter, currently studying at BRIT School, who is already a regular artist on the London gig scene. He was recently crowned the Mayor of London’s Gigs Champion 2017 as a solo artist but also scooped the Gigs 2017 Song Prize with his duo, Roadstead. Josh has played in many venues and Festivals throughout the UK including The Camden Assembly, The Luna Lounge, Southbank Christmas Market, Vann Fest, The Brentwood Festival, Windmill Festival, Village Green Festival, and of course he performed at Glampfest 2017!
Rory is a multi award-winning Music Producer/DJ and Film Maker. His music career has seen him producing 6 critically acclaimed albums and numerous EP’s, Singles, Remixes and Collaborations with other artists worldwide on various worldwide labels. Rory covers many genres including House, Funk, HIp-Hop, Big Beat, Breaks, Chillout and many more. He has also produced tracks for Film, TV and Adverts including tracks for Disney, Sony BET TV, Fox TV, Audi, Costco and the Tour De France Documentary and is constantly working on new syncs.
He has DJ’ed throughout the country in clubs and at major festivals including Leeds Festival. He was the Opening Act at the Tour de France Fan Park performing to over 20,000 people and has DJ’d in Paris several times. He’s supported Craig Charles on his Funk & Soul tours and Craig plays his tracks regularly on his BBC6 Funk & Soul Show.
He’s been on British and American TV, Radio and Press a number of times and has received praise from artists such as Fatboy Slim, Craig Charles, Mr. Scruff, Afrika Bambaataa, Fake Blood and others. He’s also writing a book on the 1990’s Big Beat scene. which includes interviews with over 110 artists including Fatboy Slim, to be published in 2018.
Zac Carpenter is a young singer/songwriter attending the BRIT School. He plays the trumpet, guitar and is a talented vocalist. He began performing his music at open mics when he was 14 and has been performing in public ever since. He forms half of the duo Roadstead (with Josh Gleaves) who won the song-writing prize at the Mayor of London's Gigs busking competition 2017.