James Walsh joined the Oxfam team for an exclusive acoustic gig at the Isle of Wight Festival after his set on the main stage on Saturday. People poured into our festival shop on Penny Lane to hear the Starsailor member sing.
He performed some Starsailor tracks and got the crowd clapping along with his own version of Bill Wither's 'Lean on me'.
James was wearing a black military style jacket with a red trim on the edges. After he performed, we asked him what his best charity shop find has been:
"I would probably say a red and white gingham shirt which I bought from Oxfam in London a few years ago," he said.
James was more than happy to hear about Oxfam's food power campaign. The campaigns team asked people at the Isle of Wight Festival what food power meant to them and are collecting the ideas to form a book they're making for World Food Day.
James let the team put a campaigns transfer on his hand and added his own spin to food power by writing on the board that people should buy fair trade produce.
James' new EP Time is Nigh is out soon and you can find out more about him on his website or follow him on Twitter.