John Graeme Livingstone

b. 21 February 1951, Nelson, Lancashire, England. Livingstone is a singer-songwriter mostly working around his home in the Lake District. ‘Wings Of Fire’ was a powerful single, influenced by his love…
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b. 21 February 1951, Nelson, Lancashire, England. Livingstone is a singer-songwriter mostly working around his home in the Lake District. ‘Wings Of Fire’ was a powerful single, influenced by his love of John Stewart. ‘Ship Of The Sky’ is about the courage of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s envoy, Terry Waite. A new album, Innocent Bystander, featuring Wes McGhee and Cathryn Craig, was set for release in 1997. Livingstone also completed a series of songs about soldiers fighting Napoleon’s forces in Spain, ‘Just A Little War’. Livingstone owns Stillwater Records and Fair Oaks Entertainer. He has brought singer-songwriter Dave Mallett and Don-Oja Dunaway to the UK as well as promoting concerts by Bill Zorn, now with the Limeliters.