Sandy Denny

2019 tour

Linde Nijland sings..

 

2018 marked the 40th anniversary of the death of legendary folk singer Sandy Denny. She passed away unexpectedly at the age of 31 in 1978, after having made a lasting impression on British folk(rock) music, with her beautiful band albums (The Strawbs, Fairport Convention, Fotheringay) and solo records

 

To this occasion Linde has renewed her hommage to her favorite singer, with concerts in the UK
For info or bookings please contact:
bert@noordfolk.nl (Bert Ridderbos)






Linde performs as a duo with multi-instrumentalist Bert Ridderbos
(on guitars, cittern, banjo, accordion, dobro)
“Bert Ridderbos is seemingly a one-man acoustic orchestra,
who’s canny enough to know where to apply the extra’s” fRoots



Quotes about Linde sings Sandy:

 

"I got intrigued about the different versions of this song (Who knows where the time goes). It's been covered so many times, by so many diverse people, from Rufus Wainwright to Judy Collins, but I think my favourite comes from the artist Linde Nijland"

Tom Robinson (BBC6)

 

"Linde Nijland has given Sandy Denny's music the respect it deserves, and made a lovely and fresh record that shows off her beautiful voice as well as her good taste".

Joe Boyd (Producer Fairport Convention, Nick Drake i.e.)

 

"That prickly, intimate sense of the singer sharing the same air as the rest of us"

The Independent

 

"Silky weaving vocals... she manages the impossible"

Iain Matthews (Pop Singer)

 

 

 

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UK Dates (more t.b.c.)

2019

May 12  BBC Radio show Kent (w. Doug Welsh) UK

May 14  Mrs Yarringtons, Battle UK

May 17  Bodmin Folk Club, Bodmin UK
May 19  Folk on the Moor, Plymouth UK

May 25  private concert, London UK

May 26  Bothy Folk Club, Southport UK

 

Nov  2 Orpington Liberal Club, Kent UK

Nov  5  Penicuik Folk Club, Penicuik UK

Nov  6  Cramlington Folk Club UK

Nov 10  Folk on Monday, London UK
Nov 14 Wadebridge Folk Club, Wadebridge UK

Nov 17 The Star Inn, Old Heathfield UK

 




Linde with Fairport Convention
in London (Barbican Hall) in 2009




 

 

LINDE NIJLAND 2017