b. 19 Sept 1950, Romford, Essex, Britain. Beeching originated from a musical history. Her grandmother have been a member from the kids’s theatre, Casey’s Courtroom, with Charlie Chaplin. After going to dance classes as a kid and understanding how to play electric guitar, Beeching began performing in folk night clubs, often performing tracks by Bob Dylan and Joan Baez. She attained her initial paid gig in 1966, within a normal duo known as the Lorelei, with Christina Williamson. A spell of single work implemented until 1968, when she became a member of makes with traditional vocalist Dave Cooper, and performed dates throughout Britain. By 1971, Beeching got started writing tracks, and went single once again, until teaming up with Tony Cliff (piano, electric guitar), and she added jazz and blues to her repertoire, aswell as understanding how to play the banjo. At the moment she was also busking and teaching folk electric guitar in secondary institutions. A Right Tune And Dance, her initial discharge, coincided with Beeching acquiring the plunge right into a full-time musical profession. In 1984, Beeching teamed up with previous Zumzeaux member Chris Haigh (b. 17 August 1957, Huddersfield, Western Yorkshire, Britain; fiddle), and shaped the Hotline. Both toured world-wide in 1985, playing times in Hong Kong, Australia, and the united states. Hotline From London was documented and released in Yugoslavia. Since that time, Beeching spent some time working on the thesis entitled ‘Buskers: BEST FOR Nothing Or BEST FOR Business’, on the usage of buskers in stores as a visitor attraction.