Former Lindisfarne members have multimedia story to tell
WHEN Tyneside group Lindisfarne exploded on to the music scene in 1970 they quickly became the
WHEN Tyneside group Lindisfarne exploded on to the music scene in 1970 they quickly became the standard bearers for acoustic-based rock music.
The group achieved international success and their music is still ever present on UK radio.
They are due to play Nettlebed Village Club on Saturday, December 3 — but in the meantime two former group members are preparing to tell The Lindisfarne Story from the very beginning when they visit Norden Farm Centre for the Arts in Altwood Road, Maidenhead, on Sunday, October 2.
Billy Mitchell and Ray Laidlaw’s show features stories and live acoustic versions of the classic songs — all illustrated with archive video and stills.
The show in the Courtyard Theatre starts at 7.30pm. Tickets are £18 and can be booked by calling the box office on 01628 788997 or visiting www.norden.farm