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Oooops I forgot - 2017

September 2017

Oh dear.... I promised to keep you all updated didn't I?

And then I forgot. Sorrysorrysorry! Let's see if I can remember What Happened Next...

The promised album was delayed and delayed by various things outside everyone's control, but some jolly wonderful things took place in the meantime..

The autobiography sold reasonably well and had some wonderful reviews


Cropredy Set list

Judy Dyble and the Perfect Strangers

Fairport’s Cropredy Convention Set List

12th August 1.10 pm to 2.10 pm

Black Dog Dreams

Wintersong

If I Had A Ribbon Bow

Harpsong

I Talk To the Wind

Crowbaby

Broken Day

See What Your Words

Velvet to Atone

Sisterhood of Ruralists




Nearly the end of 2016 -

Well heavens.. anyone would think I'd hibernated and gone to sleep since the last update in 2014. Not a bit of it! Let's see if I can remember what I've been up to..:-)

During 2014.. I did do six (yes six !!!) live gigs, two of which were at the lovely WM Jazz club in the WaterMargin restaurant in the surrounds of the O2 in Greenwich. We recorded one of the sessions which became an album 'Live At WMJazz, which was self funded with Alistair Murphy and self-released in August 2014 by us both.


At The Half Moon Putney 21st August 2016

And the day after the Trader Horne appearance at Green Man Festival, I will be joining the Band of Perfect Strangers at the wonderful Half Moon pub in Putney on the 21st August. Jackie McAuley and his friends will be supporting us so there may just be a bit of crossover between us :-)

Tickets are available from  here

https://www.musicglue.com/half-moon-putney/events/21-aug-16-judy-dyble-and-the-band-of-perfect-strangers-half-moon--putney/

 


Trader Horne at the Green Man Festival 20th August 2016

Yes I know I said the Trader Horne reunion was a one off and never to be repeated thing but we couldn't resist this. Just an hour slot in the Walled Garden.in the Brecon Beacons Jackie and me plus his brother Brendan McAuleyand his friend Pierluigi and Mark Fletcher the bass player and Phil Toms on keyboards from my Perfect Strangers Band Tickets are still available . Go on... look at all these lovely people playing there

http://www.greenman.net/line-up/2016/

 

 


Singing with Nelson Brothers - From the Basement (except I haven't got a Basement :-)

Last week the very fine Neslon Brothers Simon and Steve, came to visit to natter and film a bit of singing with me. We sang one of my songs (See What Your Words) and one of theirs (Sacred River)  and it was jolly fine. I do pull strange faces when I sing though.. blush

Anyway you can read and watch it here

http://nelsonbrothers.co.uk/day-country-judy-dyble/

 


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