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Judy Dyble

Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: February 13, 1949    

Judy Dyble

Born in 1949 when rationing was still part of daily life and Britain was recovering from the greyness and worry of the war years, Judy was the third of four children whose early years were spent in a prefabricated bungalow surrounded by gardens in North London. Moving into a maisonette in Wood Green when Judy was 10, she and her sisters and brother were edging into the teenage years in the heady mix of rock and roll teddy boys, beatniks and jazz, the stories of folk and the pure joy of pop. All three girls had started piano lessons but only Judy continued to the fury of her sisters when the piano lesson coincided with the start of Ready! Steady! Go! (or was it Popeye?) and the TV was turned off so Judy could learn another bit of music. Her teacher was very into dance music, so the music ranged from quicksteps to foxtrots and that kind of stuff. Judy asked for and was given the sheet music for ‘Let There Be Love’ and was miffed that it didn’t include instructions on how to play like George Shearing. However.Onward to the years of youth clubs, then folk, blues, jazz and soul clubs, often all housed in the back rooms of the same pub but on different nights, and the first of the bands at the age of 16- ‘Judy and the Folkmen’ who practised a lot and performed very little, but whose debut (and only) gig at the Hornsey Conservative Club’s Candlelight Soiree was a triumphant success until you saw the newspaper photo of some rather terrified Soiree-ers being serenaded while they ate their supper.....
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Awards

The Hancocks 2010 http://www.talkawhile.co.uk/yabbse/index.php?topic=33807.0 (The Talkawhile Awards for Folk Music) Best Original Song Harp Song, Judy Dyble
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    2013

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“...a sophisticated triumph...” - Sid Smith, BBC

“...this lovely eight song set...the showstopper has to be the 19-minute autobiographical 'Harpsong' with an all-star line-up including Robert Fripp and Pat Mastelotto.” - Grant Moon, PROG Magazine

“It is superbly ambitious, ornate and atmospheric” - The Mail On Sunday

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