Arguably one of the finest tenors ever to emerge from Wales or the British Isles.
Troubador of the unknown ep- available on the Peski label.
His many Eisteddfod victories.
Playing in chart topping band. Son of dork.
Played with exceptional live rock band of the seventies.
Internationally renowned operatic mezzo-soprano, famous particularly for her Rossini roles amongst others.
Highly successful opera singer.
Famous opera singer. Also on TV, 'Dennis O'Neill Sings'.
Had a hit with 'Babbling Brook'. Own radio and TV shows in 1950's and early 1960's.
Being in Alastica
Long stage career begining in the 1970's. Massive singles success solo and together with 'The Osmonds'. During the 1970's the rivaled 'The Jackson Five'. Big hits include 'Puppy Love' and 'Crazy Horses'. Donny now often appears on TV and stage musicals.
Highly successful singer of the 1950's - 1960's.
Famous harpist and singer.
Music and song writing
Among the foremost of conductor's, music teacher's and personality's in the British brass band world. He has personally trained many of today's leading musicians in all fields, from voice to instrumentation. His achievements go far beyond Wales. He personally taught Leighton Rich (First holder of the 'Mortimer Award') as a young lad. His music theory teaching is rightly considered to be peerless, he is probably the finest and most knowledgeable of modern brass band teaching methods.
My father was the principal tenor with the Welsh National Opera for fourteen years
Audio Sculptor, Acoustic Ecologist, Art Therapist known for unconventional treatments and manipulations of sound. Has created re-mixes for numerous artists from Radio head to Tori Amos.
Solo artist, session pianist. Worked with the likes of Mark Knopfler, Van Morrison, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Bill Wyman, Dave Edmunds and Shaking Stevens. A member of Billy Connolly's favourite band 'The Balham Alligators'.