The Julie July Band
WHO KNOWS THERE THE TIME GOES?
British Folk-Rock - The Julie July Band has built a substantial reputation on reinterpretations and play a heartfelt tribute to the great singer-songwriter ‘Sandy Denny’. From dreamy acoustic melodies to driving progressive folk-rock, she was one of the UK’s singer songwriters of the British Folk-Rock movement. In her brief Career she left a legacy of beautiful, haunting original and traditional compositions. Richard Thompson called her ‘The Greatest artist of her generation”. Melody maker readers twice voted her ‘Best British Female Singer” in 1970 and 1971. Her most famous song “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?”, was voted favourite folk-track of all time by listeners of BBC Radio 2 and has been covered by many artists. Now, 40 years on “The Julie July Band “perform a selection of her songs from: The Strawbs, Fotheringay, her Solo Career and Fairport Convention. Together with a selection of songs from their recently acclaimed Album “Lady of the First Light”. British Folk-Rock at its best!
“Julie July played a heartfelt tribute to Sandy Denny at the iconic Troubadour in Earls Court – London” (James)
“Went to see the Julie July Band and have just got home. Very emotional experience. The band played were excellent and Julie’s singing was superb. You close your eyes and you are listening to Fairport. Thank you Julie July xx” (Steve)
“Enjoyed the show so much you were so magical and mesmerising…..I will be buying tickets for next year” (Kari)
“Brilliant concert. Julie’s voice is fantastic and the band just brilliant. My Wife and I loved every minute of it!” (Ron – Bromyard Folk Festival)
“The Magic of Sandy Denny brought to life by the unmistakable talent of Julie July” (Gretel)
“Have you heard of this fantastic singer Julie July and her band. They cover Sandy Denny songs and to say they cover them is to do them a disservice. They bring life back to the songs…..and I am sure if Sandy was still here, she would have loved them”. (Ken)
In the Studio
Saturday 19th October 2019 at 8pm