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North Walian singer-songwriter Al Lewis has already been compared to the likes of James Taylor and Meic Stevens which place him in good company with the music he is creating.
Al's last English-language album ‘Battles’ was recorded in Nashville, Tennessee and previous to ‘Battles’ there was the Welsh Music Prize nominee 'In the Wake'. His three Welsh language albums have spent many weeks at Number One in the Welsh Language Album Charts. He has also won the award for ‘Best Male Artist’ two years in a row at the BBC Radio Cymru Awards.
Al's music has also been gaining praise and support from several DJs on BBC Radio 2. The single ‘Make a Little Room’, was playlisted on the station and he was invited in for a live interview and acoustic session with Cerys Matthews. He also happens to feature on her latest album 'Hullabaloo' – performing a duet with her on the song 'Cana fel Cana'r Aderyn'. Al has also had support from DJs Huw Stephens and Steve Lamacq, both of whom have championed Al's music on their respective BBC Radio 1, 2 and 6 Music shows.
Al opened for Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra on their UK tour last year, culminating in a sold-out performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Following that in December Al wrote and released his Christmas single based upon the Dylan Thomas short story, ‘A Child’s Christmas in Wales’. The single was the first bilingual song containing Welsh lyrics to make it on to the BBC Radio 2 playlist.