Sandy Denny

Sandy Denny

SANDY DENNY d1978. English singer-songwriter best known as the lead singer of folk-band Fairport Convention and described as "the pre-eminent British folk-rock singer". After briefly working with The Strawbs, she joined Fairport Convention in 1968, remaining with them until the end of 1969 when she formed the short-lived band Fotheringay in 1970. She then focused on her solo-career between 1971-1977 releasing four albums. She became noted as the only guest vocalist on a Led Zeppelin studio album, when she shared a duet with Robert Plant on Led Zeppelin IV on The Battle For Evermore. A heavy drinker, smoker and drug user ; she died on 21st April 1978 aged just 31 of a brain heamorrhage following a staircase fall whilst on holiday in Cornwall a month earlier.

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Fotheringay Flyer

Reference Number. FFLY1


A very rare original Fotheringay concert advertising flyer for Saturday November 21st 1970 at the Free Trade Hall Manchester

Desirable item for early Sandy Denny collectors

We are fortunate to have (3) of these. Price is each


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