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Thank you for visiting my website. I’m involved with a diverse range of projects so here’s an attempt to gather them under one identity. I’d be pleased to hear from you far and wide. Please check out the gigs page for the latest listings, otherwise musings, news and other musical peregrinations are assembled throughout the website.

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3 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
That was some first gig and we feel the start of something really big. What a great audience: fun, boppy, appreciative, enjoyable and soooo in rhythm. Thoroughly exhausting in the best of ways and the band just fell into the best of grooves all the time.Its true then, the "Plague Doctors Cure All", and last night was the start of the great healing.If you were there (or like us) just tag yourself!Coming to a festival near you this summer #plaguedoctorscureall ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
Very pleased to have our album "Grosmont / Y Grysmwnt" now downloadable from Bandcamp. If you prefer a CD, thats there too.eirasnow.bandcamp.com/album/grosmont-y-grysmwnt ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
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5 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
Well there's a nice surprise. Aled Williams asked if he could sample me playing the pipes in "hiraeth am feirion" for one of his pieces so here's the full version (I'm doing my bit at the end)Diolch yn fawr. Rydw i'n caru e!youtu.be/9W_MPDXmf6E ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
Lovely gig on Saturday at the Nave in Grosmont. BIG thanks for all who braved the cold. Extra BIG thanks for those that came the distance from Blakeney, The Forest of Dean, Leominster and Kidderminster - you know who you are! ... See MoreSee Less
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11 months ago

Lyndon Owen Music
I popped over to Aberystwyth last Sunday morning. I nearly always take the breathtaking mountain road from Pontarfynach via Cwmystwyth to Rhayader. As its a regular journey I stop at the point where Ystwyth joins the road, just below its source, which also marks the border between Powys and Ceredigion, just to wash my hands, catch a glimpse of the valley, or say "ffarwel". This time I had my gaita in the car so I stood in Ystwyth. Me, the sheep, the sound of the water, a slight mist, a bit of wind and occasional birdsong and played "Ffarwell i Aberystwyth".Serendipity - after the first note there suddenly appeared a huge veteran car cruise honking, cheering, singing and growling their exhausts at me. A genuine moment of loveliness - some guy standing in a stream blowing some tune and making fifty or more people happy for a few minutes! At times, you just need to do something, and the rest follows on. ... See MoreSee Less
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