BBC Introducing in Oxford stage at Truck Festival line up

The Rock of Travolta The Rock of Travolta have celebrated 10 years on the local scene

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BBC Introducing in Oxford will showcase some of the best local acts both new and old on a special stage at this year's Truck Festival.

Dive Dive, The Rock of Travolta and Dead Jerichos are amongst the 11 bands that will take to the stage on Friday 22 July in the Last.fm tent.

Other acts include Spring Offensive, Gunning for Tamar and Listing Ships.

Also on the bill is dB Band, fronted by former Supergrass bassist Mick Quinn.

The Rock of Travolta's Jon Carter said: "We're fantastically excited to be able to play at Truck this year and especially with BBC Introducing in Oxford.

"We love playing at Truck and this makes a perfect way for us to celebrate 10 years of the band.

"I can't believe it's that long since our headline show back in 2001 and we're looking forward to another very special show."

Craig Evans, singer and guitarist with Dead Jerichos, said: 'It's grand that we've been asked to play our favourite festival again this year.

"See you Mother Trucks there!"

Dead Jerichos Dead Jerichos are the youngest band on the bill

Truck Festival takes place at Hill Farm, Steventon from 22 to 24 July.

It began in 1998 and is now in its 14th year.

This year's line up boasts Gruff Rhys, Bellowhead, Graham Coxon, Saint Etienne, Philip Selway and Edwyn Collins.

The Saturday will also include a Blessing Force stage, featuring a selection of artists from the Oxford-based musical movement.

The full line up and stage times for the Introducing stage are as follows:

0100-0145 Rock of Travolta

0000-0040 Dive Dive

2300-2340 Spring Offensive

2210-2240 Dead Jerichos

2115-2145 Charly Coombes

2020-2050 Gunning for Tamar

1930-2000 dB Band

1845-1915 Listing Ships

1800-1830 Mr Shaodow

1715-1745 Braindead Collective

1630-1700 The Neon Violets

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