Welcome to the Lyn Paul website. Whether it's the latest news on Lyn you're after or information about her career, you've come to the right place.
Check the Contents list below to find the page that interests you the most. Alternatively, take a look at the Site Guide, which includes an easy to use Site Map and explains the layout of the site in more detail.
Professional enquiries (for theatre, television and film or for interviews) should be directed to Savages Personal Management, 67 Queens Wharf (Riverside Studios), 2 Crisp Road, Hammersmith, London. W6 9NE.
To set Lyn's career in context each page is accompanied by a selection of news and sports headlines from that year, together with lists of the most notable successes in the world of music, film and television.
These pages cover Lyn Paul's time as a member of the New Seekers (1970-74), giving a complete history of group, line-up by line-up, from its formation in 1969 through to the present day. It includes information about the group in their years without Lyn Paul as well as biographies and career profiles of the other members of the group.
A guide to some of the books that feature Lyn Paul or the New Seekers, and to some of the articles, reviews and interviews that have been published in newspapers and magazines from the 1970s through to the present day.
The front cover of Lyn Paul's
Song For Europe, If Everybody
Loved The Same
On the Net
If you like Lyn Paul, you might also like some of the web sites listed here. On these pages you'll find links to a variety of news and entertainment web sites covering the Eurovision Song Contest, rock, pop and country music from the 1960s and '70s, the Theatre (including Blood Brothers and Taboo) and current affairs. These pages also include links to the web sites of other recording artists and to sites about songwriters whose songs have been recorded by Lyn Paul.