Bridget St. John is a folk singer and guitarist from the United Kingdom whose most recognized work occurred between 1969-1974. St. John learned guitar from a college mate, John Martyn, and she found a sub-culture audience in the UK with her gentle, airy voice and interesting collaborations. In 1974, at the apex of her popularity, St. John was voted the fifth most popular female singer in the Melody Maker reader’s poll.
Renowned DJ John Peel first recognized St. John and championed her earliest sessions for the BBC and for his own show. Peel produced her first album for his label in 1969, Dandelion, entitled Ask Me No Questions. The all acoustic album is full of spry reflection and melancholy, and it did well for St. John in getting... Read More