According to the Internet source given below, Ian Campbell was a Scottish folk singer. As leader of the Ian Campbell Folk Group, he was one of the most important figures of the British folk revival during the 1960s.
In 1957, he formed a skiffle group, initially called the Clarion Skiffle Group but changed the name to the Ian Campbell Folk Group in 1958. In 1962 they recorded Ceilidh At The Crown
, at the Crown Inn in Station Street Birmingham, their regular venue and was the first ever live folk recording to be released on vinyl.
After disbanding the group in 1978, Campbell worked as an editor and television presenter for TV-am and as a community arts worker in Dudley.
||Ian Campbell (folk musician)
||Biography by wikipedia.org.