- £15 for one (1) ticket to see Lindisfarne (up to 45% off)
- When: 16 April 2017, 7 p.m.
- Where: Under the Bridge, Fulham Rd, London
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
The band was created in 1970 by singer-songwriter Alan Hull who joined Rod Clements, Si Cowe, Ray Jackson and Ray Laidlaw. They debuted in the same year with the album Nicely Out Of Tune, which contained future classics such as Lady Eleanor, Road To Kingdom Come, and Clear White Light. Between 1971 and 1978, the band released two more albums and toured alongside The Byrds and Roxy Music, and Slade and Status Quo amongst others. In 1995, the sudden death of Alan Hull brought an unexpected change. After the break Lindisfarne continued with 1998’s Here Comes The Neighbourhood and 2002’s Promenade and seemed to end their history in 2003 with an emotional farewell concert at Newcastle’s Opera House. However, despite the obstacles, they are now back on stage with the original song-writer Rod Clements and can be seen during the London’s April show.