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On the bill so far are Seattle beard-rockers Band Of Horses, Brit Award sensation Ben Howard, veteran singer-songwriter Roy Harper, Edwyn Collins, Matt 'Mighty Boosh' Berry, The Horrors and many more.
TUESDAY Later Live - with Jools Holland (BBC Two, 10pm) Joining our very own piano man this week are Ellie Goulding, Band of Horses, Rodriguez, Larry Graham, Foals, Luisa Sobral and rock legend Jimmy Page.
It tells the story of how one band of horses grouped together as a family to protect a young colt from the dangers in the wild.
Byline: Alan Poole *SEATTLE outfit Band Of Horses release new album Mirage Rock on September 17.
Since then he's sung the praises of The Killers, Radiohead, Pulp, Blur, Lily Allen, Lana Del Ray, Band of Horses (no, me neither), the Arctic Monkeys, REM, Bob Dylan and Florence and the Machine.
Part of a six-strong band of horses Butler has based at Arlington over the summer, Pachattack's arrival at Churchill Downs fulfils a longstanding goal.
Byline: Andrew Spoors Band of Horses at Newcastle O Academy Off the back of their most successful year, after the release of third album Infinite Arms, Band of Horses brought their country western, indie rock infusion to the North East.
Tyler's group Band of Horses are up for the Best Alternative Music Album for their Infinite Arms release - and it took a call from his girlfriend to the cabin's landline for him to find out.