In a tragically short career, Sandy Denny sealed her place as one of the most influential and best-loved singer songwriters of the last 50 years.
Britain’s pre-eminent folk-rock singer, Sandy began her performing career with the Strawbs before joining Fairport Convention, forming Fotheringay, and then releasing four solo albums. Her song Who Knows Where the Time Goes? has been recorded by Judy Collins, Eva Cassidy, Nina Simone and Cat Power, while her wider work has been the subject of numerous reissues, documentaries and high-profile tribute concerts.
Former Fotheringay MkII members PJ Wright and Sally Barker (The Poozies, BBC1’s The Voice) head up a six-piece folk-rock supergroup paying homage to Sandy’s incredible body of work, and featuring frequent Fairport Convention guest Anna Ryder and fast rising multi-instrumentalist Marion Fleetwood alongside bassist Mat Davies and drummer Mark Stevens from folk-rock legends Little Johnny England.