Chaos Curb Collaboration, Cenacle, Daughters Of Davis for micro-fest

BRITAIN's only Christian music micro-festival, KingsStock, will this year relocate to a new venue, Moggerhanger Park in Cambridgeshire. Amongst the artists booked to play the event, to be held from 21st to 23rd August, are Chaos Curb Collaboration (whose latest album 'Everywhere' was recently described by Cross Rhythms' Tony Cummings as "one of the finest albums I've ever heard"); Rudy Cullen (whose album 'Set The Record Straight' was described by one fan as blowing "a fresh wind through the genres of gospel and jazz"); Cenacle (the hard rock band who've supported Funeral For A Friend); Daughters Of Davis (the duo who recently completed a tour with pop star Sam Bailey); Clutching At Straws (the Staffordshire-based alternative folk trio); and Kristyna Myles (the critically acclaimed singer/songwriter). Other acts to play the event are Sounds Of Salvation, Damascus Road, ECHO, Rachel Yvonne, Dissident Prophet, Ruth Ellen Jones, Rocket From Eden, Matt McChlery, Keith Hammond, Indian Summer, Chickens Can't, Joshua Francis & The Lord Protectors, MOB Rimez, Jon Kendall and Bella Loka. CR

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