MICROBLOG – James Phillips – The Ten Commandments

By |February 15th, 2015|0 Comments

Cooper Temple
Over the last twenty five years I have promoted, played at and done PA for a lot of gigs. During those 25 years I’ve seen live acts make just about every mistake it’s possible to make. Inspired by the fact that tonight’s band were good and did things right, I thought I’d share with you some of the dos and donts. If it all seems obvious, well it should really, common sense and all that…

BLOG Rhys Mwyn – Top 10 of 2014

By |December 29th, 2014|0 Comments

Mon FM ‘Mona Antiqua Playlist’


BLOG MELYNWY – “…We fought the punk wars for this?…”

By |August 13th, 2014|2 Comments

(taken from Melynwy’s Blog)

Radio RhyddFollowing Rhys Mwyn’s blog, I decided to post a few things I’ve been meaning to for a while.
Starting with the sentence that prompted me to log in to WordPress for the first time in over a year, I can’t help but feel that “Geraint is kind of OK but his closing shot of “Hey it’s only Pop Music” summed the whole thing up – it’s not that important…….” is up there with the title of this post as an allusion to a bygone era, where punk rock, for a brief moment may have been important to those involved.

BLOG RHYS MWYN – Why It’s Unlikely I’ll Discuss Welsh Language Music Like This Again

By |August 11th, 2014|1 Comment

These are some of my thoughts on this year’s Eisteddfod. I took part in two events – one I enjoyed immensely and one left me profoundly depressed. I also saw a couple of things which suggested that the Eisteddfod has a role to play in the wider debate – this is my wander through the Maes.

BLOG RHYS MWYN – Gruff Rhys / American Interior @ Gwyl Lenyddiaeth Dinefwr

By |June 22nd, 2014|0 Comments

(review n pix by rhys mwyn)

My ‘gig’ at Gwyl Lenyddiaeth Dinefwr was to lead a walk up to Dinefwr Castle, medieval home to the Princes of Deheubarth, Arglwydd Rhys, Rhys Gryg etc Technically this ‘gig’ was tour guiding rather than a performance although I do tell some stories and certainly my tour guiding includes an element of psycho-geography. But my point here, is that probably for the first time in recorded history, a tour guide got to support Gruff Rhys – now that’s pretty cool and one for the CV !