American 1960’s Folk Icon Julie Felix plays up close and personal at Hull’s legendary Adelphi Club.
Julie came over to the UK from California in 1964 and was the first solo folk performer signed to a major British record label when she agreed a contract with Decca.
Two years later she became the resident singer on ‘The Frost Report’ presented by Sir David Frost and from 1968 to 1971 hosted her own TV shows on the BBC including ‘Once More with Felix’.
During this period she introduced the then unknown Leonard Cohen to European audiences and her show also featured Spike Milligan, Dusty Springfield, The Four Tops, Tim Buckley, The Kinks, The Bee Gees and many more.
During her career Julie has sung out for many causes. She has visited the Middle East as a humanitarian ambassador for Christian Aid; campaigned for Latin American refugees and founded ‘Guitars against Landmines’. Julie continues to use her music to campaign for the causes she is so passionate about, and her live reputation i