Performing music from the forthcoming 2017 album and her recent albums "Flow and Change" and "Talking with Strangers" and a couple of vintage treats, Judy is most know for singing with early Fairport Convention in 1967/68, Trader Horne in 1970 and Giles, Giles, Fripp which soon became King Crimson. More information from her official website.
Phil Toms' new orchestral premiere celebrates 60 years of music in Essex with a Fantasia on Essex Pop Songs for the combined Essex Youth Orchestra and Essex Young People's Orchestra.
Buy tickets. Judy Dyble is joined by her regular Band of Perfect Strangers and Steve Bingham's Ad Hoc Strings with arrangements by Phil Toms. Don't miss this one-off performance! Songs will include some vintage classics but also some of Judy's recent repertoire from the 2013 album Flow and Change and the forthcoming album Earth Is Sleeping.