Personalities | Lindisfarne | Seventies | Rock

(Vocal group, 1970–2003)

A folk rock group formed in Newcastle, England by Alan Hull (guitar, piano, vocals), Simon Cowe (guitar), Ray Jackson (mandolin), Rod Clements (bass, violin) and Ray Laidlaw (drums), Lindisfarne enjoyed a best-selling album with Fog On The Tyne in 1971 and two hit singles ‘Meet Me On The Corner’ and ‘Lady Eleanor’ the following year. After a temporary split in 1974 their 1978 reunion yielded another Top 10 entry, ‘Run For Home’.

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Source: The Definitive Illustrated Encyclopedia of Rock, general editor Michael Heatley


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