About

Having served as lead singer of Phatfish for almost two decades – during which time she recorded eight albums, toured extensively throughout the UK, Canada and America and became an integral part of the worship team at the Stoneleigh Bible weeks – Lou Fellingham is now six albums into a firmly-established career as a solo artist. Her distinctive voice and heart for people have made Lou a greatly loved worship leader, singer and recording artist.

Her debut solo album, ‘Treasure’ was released in 2006, followed by ‘Promised Land’ in 2008 and ‘Step Into The Light’ in 2010. Together those early releases brought her industry awards and repeat invitations to appear on the BBC’s Songs of Praise. More than that, they demonstrated Lou’s desire to communicate the love of God, feed the church and bring revelation of God through her singing and song writing.

2014 brought the release of ‘Fascinate’, her fourth solo album. Written and recorded after Lou and family returned from a sixth-month working sabbatical in South Africa, ‘Fascinate’ is bursting with energy and includes collaborations with Nick Herbert and Jake Isaac as well as her husband Nathan (writer of ‘Lift Up His Name’ and ‘There Is A Day’).

In 2017 Lou returned with ‘This Changes Everything’. Recorded live at the Old Market Theatre in her native Brighton, her latest solo album captures her in her element: worshipping with a full band, among old friends, using new songs to communicate timeless truths.

Now you can see her LIVE in concert with a full band for the first time in this part of Lincolnshire.

VENUE

St. Wilfrid’s Church
17 High Street, Alford,
Lincolnshire, LN13 9DS

Parking
There are three public car parks within 200 yds of the church.

Refreshments
Light refreshments will be available in the Church Hall from 7pm on the night of the concert

Access
The church can be accessed by wheelchair up a sloping path and short ramp

Toilets
Toilet facilities are available in the Church Hall, adjacent to St. Wilfrid’s Church

 

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