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An enthusiastic welcome for the new band

The National Eisteddfod in Dinbych 2013 heralded a busy week for Ynyr llwyd, as the eisteddfod was visiting his home town. His appearances were numerous, from stands on the eisteddfod field to the performers stage and not forgetting his energetic performance on the main stage of the pavilon with his new band 'Y Llwyd' in support of Bryn Fôn.

Ynyr and the band were in the studio over the Summer and their first track was releases during the Eisteddfod week – ‘’Un Lleuad’’. 

o gam i gam clawr downloadFounded in 1995 to compete in the Cnapan festivals 'Cythrel Canu' competition in which the group was successful. Ogam subsequently represented Wales at the Pan Celtic festival in Trallee, Ireland where it was also successful. Subsequent highlights have included a tour of Brittany in 1997 and the Montreal International Celtic Festival 2001.

O Nunlla clawr bachIt's ciders all round to celebrate this debut album

The first single by Phil Gas and his Band, 'Seidar ar y Sul' (Cider on a Sunday) was released in November 2017. It's enormous popularity was the stimulus for the band to continue to develop and record new material. 10 songs have been selected for this collection and 8 of them are original to the band.

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RELEASE DATE - OCTOBER 5th 2012

Artist - Sarah Wynn (feat. DJ Leighton)

Chart success beckons for Sarah

Life is certainly busy at the moment for Sarah Wynn who releases her latest single – ‘Paid deud (bo fi’n rhy hwyr)’/Don’t say (that I’m too late) on the on Friday, the 5th of October . As well as recording her new release she’s been preparing a website to promote her music and publicise her performances. Sarah is from Bethel near Caernarfon and her combination of pop and dance tracks are sung in both English and Welsh, giving her live set an unique edge. Previous engagements have included sets supporting Emma Bunton, Liberty X and Bill Wyman, Blazin’ Squad, Big Brovaz and US5.

Emyr a Sian bach

Brother and sister, both distinguished singers in their own fields - together here for the first time.

Siân has a classical background and her vocal prowess has taken her from the stages of local ‘eisteddfodau’ to the world of professional opera. Emyr is best known for his association with a different type of opera – his role as ‘Meical’ in the popular welsh soap opera ‘Rownd a Rownd’. His stage roles include many musical productions and he also appears fronting his own rock group – ‘Emyr Gibson a’r Band’.

 

 

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Siwan Llynor is probably best known for her role as the colourful Cheryl Gurka in the popular S4C drama series ‘Tipyn o Stad’.  However, Siwan has recently filmed her final scenes as Cheryl in order to concentrate on her music and other acting projects. This new stage in her career is marked by the release of her debut CD ‘Plu’r Gweunydd’ on the Aran label.

Siwan’s name is also well known in the musical world. Her  background includes the lead female role in ‘Cwmni Theatr Maldwyn’s’ production of ‘Er Mwyn Yfory’. She was awarded the Lady Herbert Lewis Memorial Prize for her folk signing at the National Eisteddfod in Meifod. Whilst at University she provided backing vocals for Mim Twm Llai and appeared on record for ‘Ysbryd Chouchen’. ‘Plu’r Gweunydd’ was written especially for this album by Gai Toms (Mim Twm Llai) and Dewi Prysor.