The Julie July Band perform songs from the ‘Sandy Denny’ Songbook, from dreamy acoustic melodies to driving progressive folk-rock. Sandy Denny was one of the UK’s singer songwriters of the British Folk Rock movement. In her brief career, spanning just thirteen years, she left a legacy of beautiful, haunting original compositions and traditional material. Richard Thompson called her ‘The greatest female 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 ‘Favorite Folk Track of All Time’ by listeners of BBC Radio 2 and has been covered by many artists including Judy Collins, Nina Simone and Eva Cassidy.
“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)
"Fantastic evening and wonderful music! So good to see you and to hear you with the band.” (Mark - Kitchen Garden Café)
“Just had the great pleasure of seeing the band's set. Tremendous musicianship and fabulous vocals. See them at the first opportunity.” (Mike)
“At last! Something very different and so nice. You must hear this.” (Trevor)
“Enjoyed watching this band at WMSC on Sat. Thanks for a wonderful evening with a great band with Julie July. Some great renditions.” (Stephanie)
“ l have been a massive fan of Sandy Danny since I can remember, and it's great that people like you are keeping her memory alive.” (Leonard)