Football Player for Leeds, Cardiff, Roma and Juventus.
Founded 'Geneformatics', leading biotech company in 1999. Founded 'Newstar Music' 1995 and creative vehicle for the band, 'Vita Nuova'.
Late conductor of the Treorchy Male Choir. Pioneered it's post war revival through to a record number of National Eisteddfod successes.
Composer of 'Swansea Town' as recorded by Harry Secombe, Max Boyce and the Morriston Orpheus Choir, among others.
Forefront of the 'New Wave' of Welsh writing.
Football (Soccer) player for Celtic and Wales.
Wrote the famous hymn 'Guide me o thou great Redeemer' or 'Cwm Rhonda' as it called in Welsh. Sung at rugby matches and funerals, including the Queen Mum's funeral.
TV news reader, interviewer and journalist.
Football (Soccer) player. Played for Stoke, Middlesborough and others.
Poet and filmmaker.
Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist.
In 1861 he was named 'Pencerdd Gwalia' (Chief Musician of Wales) and appointed Harpist to Queen Victoria in 1871.
Football (Soccer) player for Cardiff, Wales and Liverpool.
Rugby league international, played for Halifax.
Vocalist - Tygers of Pan Tang (uk charting albums, singles early '80's) also Persian Risk (later member Phil Cambell - Motorhead) later went to Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. 2008 Performed in Andrew Lloyd Webber's a Sound of Music (Franz) - stage name Jon de Ville.
Rugby player, a national hero.
Composer of 'Adiemus - Songs of Sanctuary'.
Acting with over fifty film and TV credits, including 'Train Spotters', 'Shallow Grave' and 'Twin Town'.
Kelly Jones, singer guitarist
The Stereophonic's singer, guitarist and songwriter!
Kelly (born 3 June 1974) is a Welsh born and bred singer, songwriter and lead guitarist with the Stereophonics. Influenced by classic rock bands such as The Who, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC (Mmm, seems to like Gibson SG guitars like Angus Young plays) and punk rockers too. He is noted for his strong but grainy voice. Kelly's song lyrics seem to show influences from many British artists as well as American mega stars such as Neil Young and arguably...