The Normals are a five-piece band from Yelverton whose sound is centred on a pumping brass duo and tight rhythm section.
Playing a mix of ska/folk/pop/rock originals and a few 'Normalised' covers of top songs, The Normals have fast made a name for themselves as a top quality band offering something that little bit different.
Their new album is due for launch soon. entitled “Suitcase Full of Shoes”.
The Normals are making a return trip to the BBC Radio Devon studios and they'll be performing live throughout the show.
Rosabella lives in London but is a Devon girl at heart.
Her festive single - Hello Christmas - has Dartmoor written write across the middle!
The Royal Academy of Music graduate is an award-winning music-fiend. Her late grandfather (who lived to be 101) liked to recall a simple statement she made when she was just six years old: "I want to create, compose and perform music."
Rosabella has now performed her music in New York City, Paris, Barcelona and throughout the UK, including supporting Jools Holland.
She describes her style as 'classical songwriting with a filmic twist'.
Rosabella will be performing live on today's show.
Los No Boss
Los No Boss insist they are "currently one of South Devon’s strongest forces in the category of all male Comedy Acoustic Duos with one tall member and one shorter member!"
They write and perform humorous original songs in a variety of styles and are willing to prove there is more than one direction by delivering two Christmas songs exclusively to BBC Radio Devon on today's show.
Since formation their dream to remain relatively unsuccessful has been consistently achieved with a precision envied throughout the music industry!
Joe Banamassa - a tribute to Joe Bonamassa
Joe Santini performs as Joe Banamassa - a tribute to Joe Bonamassa.
He's been playing guitar since he was 11 years old and has been in many bands over the past 20 years including a tribute to the 80s legends The Cult.
Joe has auditioned for X-Factor and Britain's Got Talent and has appeared in national magazines and on TV shows - he'll be telling us more on today's show.
Big Noise Chorus
Exeter singer songwriter Ellie Williams - a regular performer on BBC Radio Devon - has a new project.
She's now the leader of The Big Noise Chorus in Plymouth.
Ellie and some of the choir will be coming in to sing a few songs and tell us about their forthcoming concert.
BBC Radio Devon's resident film reviewer, Paul Moxham, shares his opinion on some of the week's new releases at the region's cinemas.
Pop open the pick'n'mix and find out what he thinks of this week's offerings.