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Linda’s lockdown album ABOUT TIME is now available from most digital stores for pre-order, with a general release date of 30th October 2020.
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PIPPA QUELCH FROM BBC RADIO DEVON INTERVIEWS LINDA
“Beautifully uplifting song”
“Written by English songwriter and musician Linda Lamon, the beautiful track features the amazing singing talent of soprano Katerina Mina who wowed the audience at Starmus.”
Fantastic song writing, with such luscious melodies and harmonic atmospheres – and Katerina’s voice is just splendid.” (Rainbow of Light anthem and Look to the Universe.
“The fantastic The Badger & The Wren”
“Wonderful song for badgers”
“Love the badger song.”
“Very nice, this is a great celebration of planting forests.”
AstrophysicistDr Brian May, known mostly as the guitarist and songwriter with the rock band Queen, asked Linda to perform her new piece The New Woodland Song, with choirs from Bere Regis village, for the official tree planting event at his wood in Dorset, UK.
Linda also wrote The Badger & The Wren and Walking In May’s Wood to support Brian’s charity, along with her photography and writing work.
Katerina recorded Linda’s song, Rainbow Of Light, which was inspired by speakers, including Dr Brian May, Stephen Hawking and ~Richard Dawkins at the International astronomy and music event.
ROL became an official song for UNESCO’s International Year Of Light around the the world. A classical-crossover version followed Rainbow of Light and was performed by Katerina at UNESCO in Paris, along with Look to the Universe, for the inaugural International Day of Light celebrations.
An EP by Katerina of Linda’s works was released in 2018 and a singles from the album Look to the Universe were released in 2019 and 2020.
Photo © Shantha Delaunay
Producer and musician Nigel Stonier, who produced Linda’s song “Fly The Kite For The City” for the Manchester Olympic Bid, is currently working on some of Linda’s new pieces, which are being recorded by Katerina Mina in Manchester.
North West (UK) musicians gathered together to form The Lionheart’s to record Linda’s CD “I Will” at The Shed studios in Stockport which raised £3,000 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association and St Anne’s Hospice.
The Lionhearts were Dave Shannon on guitar (BBC producer for the Bob Harris show), Chris Perry on fiddle, Steve Read on double bass, Arthur Roberts on mandolin, Ian Woolley on dobro and Patrick O’Conner on washboard.
Multi instrumentalist Kayne Burgon was just 16 years old when he recorded the banjo, guitar, double bass and mandolin parts for “Don’t Say A Word” and “With A Mother’s Eyes”.
An experienced double bass player, Pip has worked with Linda on a number of songs including “Rainbow of Light”.
Callum is a very proficient guitarist based in Dorset, who has featured on some of Linda’s songs, including Rainbow Of Light, Faint Hearted Woman, The Bells Of Bere Regis and The New Woodland Song.
A release date of 30th October has now been set for Linda Lamon’s debut album of original material. https://music.apple.com/gb/album/about-time/1534480572 ABOUT TIME will be available for pre-order from 14th October and includes
September sees the release of a new single by Linda Lamon, produced by Lynton Guest, from her upcoming album ABOUT TIME. Now available from digital stores. https://music.apple.com/gb/album/hold-on-in-loves-name-single/1528244270 “Wow! So pretty and
Rainbow of Light Anthem, performed by soprano Katerina Mina for the inaugural UNESCO International Day of Light celebrations, held annually on May 16th, has been re-released as a single to
From Little Acorns was recorded to raise funds for community projects in Bere Regis Village, Dorset. The two songs were written by Linda Lamon to celebrate renewal in the local
It was a special day for Dr Brian May, and also for the many Bere Regis villagers that turned out for the inaugural tree planting day at his 157 acre
The first UK astronaut in space was just one of dozens of speakers at the 2019 Starmus festival that reflected their concerns about our own planet as we reach for