Article First appeal

Listen: Corona Revolver, Carwyn Ellis, Gentle Good, Stiwdio Sain, Elin Fflur, a mwy


All of the artists below have released tunes in support of Tarian Cymru. There’s a wide variety of styles, and something for everybody.

All profits go towards buying and distributing PPE (personal protective equipment) to health and care workers in Wales. (No fees on Bandcamp on 5th June!)

Buy, listen, and enjoy!

Carwyn Ellis

Carwyn is known as the leader of the marvellous Colorama and Rio 18.

He’s released a single…

… AND an EP, to support the appeal as a solo artist.

Corona Revolver

Waw! Here is a whole list of musicians from the Cardiff scene and beyond who’ve radically reinterpreted the classic album Revolver by The Beatle. The album is free of charge to raise awareness so please donate generously if you like the album.

Carys Eleri

Two comedy songs from the singer, actor, composer from the Tumble, near Llanelli!

Charlotte Church, Erin Richards, Nick Helm and Owain Wyn Evans appear in the videos: Fat ‘n’ Clean a Beyond the Fence.

Elin Fflur

Brand new today!

An inspirational pop anthem called Enfys (translation: rainbow).

Buy Enfys

Stiwdio Sain

Pan gawni fynd allan eto
Mi fydd y byd i gyd yn newydd

Who are Stiwdio Sain?

They are…

Guto Dafydd
Gethin Griffiths
Aled Wyn Hughes
Angharad Jenkins
Ifan Emlyn Jones
Owain Roberts
Branwen Haf Williams
Georgia Ruth Williams
Osian Huw Williams

Georgia Ruth is working on a various artists collaborative collection of remixes of her tunes!

John Nicholas & The South Wales Collective

Download free of charge, then please donate generously.

Who are The South Wales Collective performing this original song by John Nicholas?

… John Adams, Tom Auton, Holy Home Video, Sons of Owen, Bryony Sier, Whiskey Lies (Chris Morris), Laura Power, Pay The Man, LUNA TIDES (Thomas James), Julia Harris, Tomos Lewis, Stuart Paton, Lowri Thomas, John Nicholas, Eleri Angharad, Fire Fences (Aaron Nicholas), The Blims (Martin Dann), James Davies, Nathan Warnes.

The Gentle Good

Diolch i Gareth Bonello for his early support for the appeal.

“An original composition to evoke the feeling of swimming in rivers. ‘Oifad’ is South West Welsh dialect for swimming. Nearly 5 minutes of instrumental music and birdsong to take you back to the riverside.”


Musicians… Please let us know if we need to include any other music releases on the list.

Diolch i Gruff Rhys, Gwenno, Adwaith, R Seiliog… for contributing merch and records for sale. Thanks to Jean Jacques Smoothie, Hoy and friends, and others who have done performances and gigs online.

Thanks so much to all the artists and to you for listening and supporting.

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