Lindisfarne are re-booting live dates lost to Covid-19
Acoustic rock legends Lindisfarne have embarked on re-setting live dates lost to Covid-19 last year.
Says founding band member, Rod Clements: “While the earlier dates we had for 2021 are now looking unlikely to happen due to the protraction of the pandemic we are hoping to reinstate our concerts for August onwards.”
The band expect to play Shrewsbury, Milton Keynes, Shoreham, Bradford, Kinross, Carlisle amongst other key UK towns including their popular Christmas show in home city Newcastle-upon-Tyne in December. “We’re really hoping that the country will be in a better place by August to enable concerts and festivals to happen,” says Clements. “We all need to blow away the cobwebs!”
Meanwhile, the Lindisfarne legacy continues to appeal to emerging artists with outstanding covers of the band’s best known songs by emerging talents Sam Fender (“Winter Song”) and Elizabeth Liddle (“Meet Me On The Corner”) as well as the reissue of Clements’s solo back catalogue.
Clements’s releases complement the band’s extensive catalogue with takes on classics as well as new compositions and blues covers. All, dating back to the ‘80s and hallmarked by exquisite guitar work, are being reissued by Singsong Music.Website