Rhondda Rocks is also just around the corner on Saturday June 27th, and the long range weather forecast is predicting a beautiful day. I’m proud to announce that chart stars – The Automatic will be joining me on the walk and also in the post-trek concert in the Aberdare Coliseum. Personally, I can’t wait to hear them singing “What’s that coming over the hill” on the summit!!!! Stuart Cable (Stereophonics) will also be joining us with his fine new band ‘Killing For Company’ along with a host of others including The Pendyrus Male Voice Choir. It’s all being recorded for future transmission by BBC Wales and it’s still not too late to join in….. so if you feel that you would like to ‘Get On Your Boots’ as Bono might say…. then call Katrina on 07814 404877. It’s estimated that the walk will take about 3 – 4 hours and it’s nowhere near as high as Snowdon…. so come on down and make a stand with us!!!!
‘Ysbrydol’ [4:17] (Mike Peters), Mike PetersLead Vocals:Mike PetersLyrics: Mae ffordd yn rhywle I’r Nefoedd Wen Cyn I’n bywydau ddod I ben Pam mae bywyd mor frau Gwag a llwm yw’r byd fel y mae Harddwch creulon sy’n ein holl fyd Cysgwn a chrynwn mewn ofn mud Dad os wyt Ti yn y Nefoedd Wen Clyw ein gweddi ni Amen Serch ni ddaw o’r ddaear Serch sydd ysbrydol Ie Ie Ysbrydol [read more]
THE courage and musical ability of Mike Peters garnered the rock star hundreds of votes in our search for the top North Walian. As lead singer of The Alarm, the Dyserth singer/songwriter has enjoyed success all over the globe, but Mike�s world was rocked in 2005 when he was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphatic Leukaemia (CLL), a condition he is still treated for at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor. The 50-year-old will return [read more]