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Sandy Denny

Sandy Denny

A definitive figure in the history of UK folk, Sandy Denny (6 January 1947 – 21 April 1978) found fame with British folk-rock giants Fairport Convention, joining them in 1968. She sang lead on their epic album "Liege and Lief", and was responsible for helping to create their genre defining sound. Over the years she participated in many different musical projects and cut records with many of the artists within the English folk revival.

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