Francesca Hull was there to see a plaque being unveiled in memory of her father. She spoke about her memories of him, saying she doesn't ever remember being embarrassed by him. Alan's granddaughter Daisy played the recorder on stage with some former members of Lindisfarne.
Lindisfarne musician, Ray Jackson, talking about what it was like to play Newcastle City Hall as part of Lindisfarne and his memories of the late Alan Hull.
Chi Onwurah MP speaking at the Alan Hull plaque unveiling. The MP for Newcastle Central said she remembers seeing the band as a child.
Alan Hull wrote one of the North East's greatest anthems and he exported Geordie culture worldwide. A founder member of the band Lindisfarne, Alan was an ambassador for his home town of Newcastle and often penned songs about the region he loved.
Now, a plaque has been unveiled in his memory outside Newcastle City Hall.
Alan died in 1995 but many of his tracks will be remembered forever, especially Fog On The Tyne and Run For Home. Lindisfarne played Newcastle City Hall 135 times.
A memorial plaque is being unveiled today for the late Alan Hull, who was a founder member of Lindisfarne. It will be outside the entrance of Newcastle City Hall, where the band performed over 130 times.
The plaque will be unveiled by the Lord Mayor of the City of Newcastle in front of family, friends and colleagues of Alan Hull.
Former members of Lindisfarne will be remembering their bandmate with a live performance outside the City Hall.
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