Lyme & Cybelle

Lyme & Cybelle

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Lyme and Cybelle was a short-lived male/female folk/pop duo formed by Warren Zevon and Violet Santangelo.
The duo is best known for its moderate chart hit "Follow Me," which represented the first commercial recording of Zevon's long musical career.
Warren Zevon took the stage name of Stephen Lyme, while Violet Santangelo called herself Cybelle, a name inspired by the 1962 French film Sundays and Cybele.
Violet Santangelo currently active in musical theater using the stage name Laura Kenyon.
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Lyme & Cybelle Discography

Singles & EPs

Lyme & Cybelle Follow Me (Single) White Whale Canada 1966 Sell This Version
WW 232 Lyme & Cybelle If You Gotta Go, Go Now / I'll Go On(7", Single) White Whale WW 232 US 1966 Sell This Version
WW-245 Lyme & Cybelle Song #7(7", Single) White Whale WW-245 US 1966 Sell This Version

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April 15, 2016
Marilyn Livingston Dillow was a long time lover of Warren Zevon
and the mother of Jordan Zevon. She is often noted as Zevon's first wife,
although this is incorrect. Crystal Zevon is the only person he ever married.
She is also incorrectly confused for Violet "cybelle" Santangelo
(currently active in musical theater using the stage name Laura Kenyon),
Zevon's duo partner in the group lyme & cybelle.

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