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2018 has been a busy year and whilst she continues to provide music workshops for adults and children with learning difficulties she has been yodelling at Oktoberfest events in London, parties and festivals, provided ukulele tuition in local primary schools, set up the CUCKOOS a beginner and an intermediate ukulele group, private tution on the ukulele for children and has had even more TV and Radio Appearances on BBC Radio 2, Absolute Radio, BBC Strictly Come Dancing with more exciting stuff in the pipeline. Also 2018 saw Lynne embark on writing her auto-biography which she's hoping to get published later in 2019 and she's writing a stage play alongside the book and this year she hope to finish her yodelling album 'Yodelling with Yodellynne'. 2019 is looking to be just as busy if not more so as she has embarked on becoming a Motivational Speaker as she has a lot to share with others about the trials and tribulations that one is face with whist striving to achieve a personal goal and hopes to empower, inspire and enlighten people in a moving and engaging and humorous way through her own life experiences.

In June 2016 Lynne joined forces with Kimberly Keckzka, the founder and CEO of www.koolamundo.com to bring to the UK the wonderful world of Koolamundo. With wonderful puppetry, songs and books children are drawn into a world of edutainment. Watch this space for all things Koolamundo come your way soon including an album that lynne is co-writing for Koolamundo.

Previous years have seen Lynne on many TV an radio shows including Channel 4s Sunday Brunch teaching Tim and Simon to yodel along with their guests Paloma Faith, Frank Skinner, Sarah Hadland and Jon Richardson, BBC Breakfast TV teaching Charlie and Naga to yodel, Room 101, Come Dine With Me - twice as the after dinner entertainment, Absolute Radio, many of the BBC radio stations including BBC Radio 6 and more recently BBC Radio 2 teaching Simon Mayo and the team to yodel as well as being a standby performer for the pilot series of The Generation Game with Mel and Sue and just before Christmas 2018 had the pleasure of teaching Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice to yodel on Strictly Come Dancing.



In 2012 she was yodelling from the main stage at Cornbury Festival in front of 5000 people whilst being accompanied by the marvellous Sam Brown and her International Ukulele Club of Sonning Common on the same billing as Elvis Costello, Macy Gray, James Morrison and Will Young to name but a few http://www.cornburyfestival.com/line-up/line-up-2012/ and then much to her surprise, the song was chosen to go onto the album for that year alongside a song selected from every artist that played that weekend including Alison Moyet and Hugh Laurie and the Copper Bottom Band.



She has also had the honour of yodelling with Mr Joe Brown MBE, by request, whilst accompanying him on two seperate perormances of 'In The Jailhouse Now' at the Ukulele Club concerts and in 2014 Pik Pok, a games company from New Zealand asked her to yodel on their soundtrack to their game Giant Boulder of Death which was released by Universal Worldwide.



Lynne of course is not just a yodeller, she is rated as a highly accomplished vocalist and is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. Her vocal range and ability allows her to sing any kind of music across many genres and her versatility enables her to sing at almost any kind of event from festivals and weddings to corporate events providing a wide selection of popular music. Her corporate clients to date include the Gartner Group, First Direct, Lufthanser Airlines, BBC, Channel 4, Hungry McBear TV and Vanilla Bean Cafe and she is also a member of the www.thevoiceovernetwork.co.uk having more recently moved into voiceovers. Her son George Campbell is also a fine musician and they both play ukulele and had the honour of being part of the International Ukulele Club of Sonning Common when called upon to record on Joe Brown's 'The Ukulele Album' released in 2012.

Earlier in 2010 she did some session work for Doris Brendal, the daughter of the worldwide acclaimed pianist Alfred Brendel www.alfredbrendel.com, providing backing vocals on her album - 'The Last Adventure'. In 2009 Lynne's song 'Talk to the Face' was nominated for the UKCountryradio.com's listener award where she got into the top five and then in 2010 another song 'The sky' won her third place in the Listener's award as well.

Currently she is writing many songs which she hopes to also record by the end of 2019 to add to the three albums she has already one of which is a children's one. Her writing encompasses all genres.

Lynne also hosts a radio show on ukcountryradio.com once a month and during her time as a DJ she has had the pleasure of interviewing many well known artists on the bluegrass scene such as Peter Rowan, Jack Lawrence, the Dixie Bee Liners, Claire Lynch and many others and in the spring of 2011 the European Bluegrass Music Association's magazine Bluegrass Europe featured a three page interview on her involvement in the bluegrass media as a DJ.

Over the years Lynne has also ran fun pre-school music workshops and continues to do so if asked. She is DBS checked and has full public liability insurance.
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