The best music festivals of 2019 cover everything from rootin’ tootin’ country music to ear-blasting rock and all-nighters in the heart of Europe.
The much-acclaimed Champions played The Long Road's Honky Tonk Stage on the festival's second day.
The London-based duo played two well-received shows at the inaugural Long Road bash.
A regular at the UK's most prestigious country and roots festivals, Laura Oakes has already won over Cornbury and the Cambridge Folk Festival.
Rolling Stone have praised Ruby Boots' "Outlaw bravado tapping into the loose energy of a young Lucinda Williams."
“I think story-telling is the thing that ties country music together” says Jess Clemons.
The young singer-songwriter's credits include an 'Austin City Limits' taping and an Americana Association nomination for his album 'The Very Last Day.'
Now based in Nashville, the rising Americana singer-songwriter originates in Mississippi, the cradle of the blues.
The Bedford-born artist played the Honky Tonk Stage on the Sunday of this year's inaugural Long Road.
The Texan-born singer-songwriter played The Long Road in support of his new Decca Records album 'Ready The Horses'.
The young Texan singer won NBC's 'The Voice' aged 16 and has been wowing audiences ever since.
The Decca Records stars celebrated their 'Wild Silence' album's success with a Friday show at the inaugural Long Road.
The band's second album 'Cartwheels', became the first album by a UK country act to reach No. 1 on the British album chart.
Having been dubbed "the Irish Carrie Underwood", Megan O'Neill is one of Americana's fastest-rising stars.
Billy Bragg has found favour with country and Americana fans since his landmark 'Mermaid Avenue' Wilco collaboration.