Alex James and Jamie Oliver took to the stage for a one off performance with Producers as “The Farm Lovin' Criminals” with Alex on Bass and Jamie on Guitar in Oxfordshire this weekend.
Jamie Oliver presents The Big Feastival was held at the Blur bassist's farm in Kingham. There were also performances from Gaz Coombes, The Cuban Brothers, Noisettes, Razorlight, Texas and Paloma Faith at Churchill Heath Farm.
The main stage on Saturday was opened by Sahand - an unsigned act who was the winner of The Big Feastival Live & Unsigned competition. Sahand made the shortlist which was then presented to the judging panel which included Alex James, president of music at Mercury Mike Smith (who signed Blur to MCA Publishing), JACK fm presenters Caroline Verdon and Trevor Marshall from The Morning Glory and BBC Oxford's David Gilyeat.
Saturday night was headlined by Paloma Faith with Texas performing on Sunday.
James hosted the Harvest Festival at the same venue last year. The event raised money for the Better Food Foundation.
Weekend highlights revisited:
21.30 Paloma Faith
18.35 Gaz Coombes
15.25 The Cuban Brothers
13.20 Sweet Lights
12.10 Sahand - Live & Unsigned competition winner!
15.00 Josh Osho
14.00 The Chevin
13.00 The TG Collective
12.00 Karima Francis
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