After such a tremendous night and line up yesterday, I would have happily stayed at home satisfied that I had seen a great festival… That was only round one of three however… Escorting Garry Davies through his birthday weekend, we booked into our accommodation and set off toward town, meeting up with Tom Carroll (of Liverpool’s Bad Mood) for some celebratory beverages.More
[review by nigel stone / pics by denise baker]
This recent Bank Holiday saw the return of Bethesda’s annual celebration of live music, “Pesda Roc” at Neuadd Ogwen.
The weekend kicked off on Saturday night, with intimate sets from Lastigband, Argrph, Phalcons, and DJ Delweddau Hen Dduwiau in the bar; but there was a definite buzz surrounding Sunday’s upcoming climax of the two day festival; local legends Maffia Mr Huws were back.More
We came together to celebrate the music of those who are no longer with us, a list that sadly and ultimately grows longer as that evil beast called time passes by…
To remember Jonny Fflaps, Barry Cyrff, Al Maffia and Bern Elfyn Presli.
There are more (too many)… like the recent loss of Maeyc Hewitt (Ectogram) who is added to the list of Edi Filmstar (4Q), Les Morrison, Dave Griffiths (Joie de Vivre), O’Malley (Toilets), Ron Watt (Last Rights), Hugh Hughes (Y Brodyr), Chris Wright (Patchwork) and others who have contributed to our wonderful local music scene.More
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Link2wales is proud to announce the release of This Patch Of Land – a compilation album featuring 16 of the current crop of excellent bands associated with the website.
The CD is available for £3.50 (inc p+p) from here or you can download it for £2.50 – all profits will be donated to Ty Gobaith Children’s Care Home.
Release Date 11.09.15 – Cat No. L2W 005
Today is when it starts getting serious – Day 3 and the weekend is here. All the venues are in full swing, little sub-festivals on the go, folk, comedy, DJs, spoken word, art, beer! Fringe gigs taking place and kebab throwing competitions and brain curdling karaoke (which has nothing to do with Focus, that’s just Wrexham!).More