Sandy Denny was a pioneer of the British Folk Rock movement in the late 60's, a member of the influential Fairport Convention and collaborated with Led Zeppelin.
Her life was brought to an untimely end in 1978, when she died at the age of 31.
Her work has seen a recent resurgence with current female folk singers, including Laura Marling, citing her as an influence.
With her back catalogue now being re-released as a boxset, Elizabeth Alker finds out more:
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