Radnor Fringe Festival, Llandrindod Wells, Sat 23 August
Eisteddfod, Llanelli, Caffi Maes B, S4c Stage, 12noon plus interview, Fri 8 August
Dod Town Extreme, Skatepark fundraising day, Sat 26 July 3pm
Gwyl Arall, Caernarfon, Anglesy Stage, Sat 19 July 7.15pm
Hay Festival, Hay-On-Wye, Horizons Airstream Stage, Live on Radio Wales Friday 30 May 2pm – 2.30pm & 5pm – 5.30pm
LANDED Festival, Nr Rhayader, Sunday 4 May see website
S4C TV shoot at Gwytherin for ‘Y Lle’ and ‘Ochr 1’- Fri 2 May
Cardiff, Four Bars at Dempseys supporting Shh…Apes! – Thursday 1 May 8pm
FOCUS Wales, Wrexham, Queen’s Square Stage – Sat 26 April, 3pm see website
Cardiff, Millennium Centre, Glanfa Stage – Friday 4 April, 6.15pm see website
Llanelli, Ffwrnes Arts Centre – Thursday 3 April, 8pm see website
Llandrindod, The Llanerch Inn – Saturday 22 March, 9pm
Chepstow, The Thee Tuns – Friday 14 March, 9pm


Edinburgh Festival Fringe
The Acoustic Music Centre – Monday 5 August, 10pm, Wednesday 7 August, 7pm
The Acoustic Music Centre, The Meeting Place alongside other musicians from Wales and beyond – Thursday 8 August, 9.45pm

Friday 28 June ‘Feast of the finest folk musicians from Wales’ ADP concert, Powis Hall, Bangor

Sunday May 5th Landed Festival near Rhayader, main stage

Friday 12 June ‘Festival of the finest folk musicians from Wales’ ADP concert, Powis Hall, Bangor

Formed the Jess Hall Project with Double Bassist/ percussionist/ instrumentalist Noel Doak


Formed the Jess Hall Band with piano, guitar, bass and drums

Landed Festival near Rhayader

The Willow Theatre, Gwyl Hwyr Haf festival


S4C’s magazine programme Wedi 3

Bwrlwm y Bannau festival, Market Arms, Brecon

Pavillion, Llandrindod


Formed the project Paned to focus on Welsh language music.

Clwb y Bont, Pontyprydd, BBC Radio Cymru C2 Brwydr y Bandiau

Bedroc Welsh language music festival

Eisteddfod yr Urdd, Bwrdd yr Iaeth stage and Arts Council of Wales stage

S4C’s television show ‘Bro’, interviewed by Sian Cothi

Y Fywch Goch, Cardiff, Welsh Music Foundation

Market Arms, Brecon, supporting Elin Fflur

Art café, Vamos, Crete.


Formed the band borderlands, exploring a ‘new Folk’ style.

Carad Arts Centre, Rhayader, supporting Steve Eaves

The Great Oak, Llanidloes ‘SoundBites’

Camden Arms, Brecon, supporting Brigyn

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