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09 Apr 2010

Level 42 & 10cc confirmed for Sunday!

Pop Rock and Jazz Funksters, Level 42 are confirmed to support Status Quo on the Main Stage at GuilFest 2010.  Famed for their incredible musicianship, Level 42 took the 80s by storm with their brand of bass driven jazz funk that came from the underground soul scene of wedge hair cuts, pegged trousers, sharp shoes and soul patrols. They led a band of UK ‘funk and soul acts that for a time changed the face of the street scene in Britain , dovetailing with the start of the commercial New Romantic movement , Two Tone and the dying embers of punk.  The bands chart record speaks for itself, with 6 of their 11 studio albums hitting the UK top ten, and a massive twenty UK top 40 singles – including classics such as “Something About You” and “Lessons In Love”.  The bands live performances are world renowned, with lead vocalist and bass guitarist Mark King's distinctive audience grabbing vocal style and unique slap bass style.  Level 42 will no doubt put on a fantastic show at their first ever performance in Stoke Park.

English Art Rockers, 10cc will be taking to the Main Stage at GuilFest 2010 for the first time on Sunday 18th July.  A British Institution, since 1973 10cc have sold a whopping 15 million records in the UK and over 30 million worldwide, releasing  11 studio albums (5 of which hitting the UK top ten).  The band are best known for their enormous hits “Things we do for love”, “Rubber Bullets”, “I'm not in love”,  and reggae classic “Dreadlock Holiday” - The last three of these all hitting the Number 1 spot in the UK charts!  GuilFest organisers are delighted to welcome this fantastic act to Stoke Park for the first time.

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