Ne Welsh Banders Out There?!?

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by jess the drummer girl!, Apr 7, 2004.

  1. Hey i play with abergavenny...

    just wondering if there's ne1 else from south wales amongst the mouth piece members?!?
     
  2. nickjones

    nickjones Active Member

    yes there are a few Welsh tmpers... :p the big boss who owns the site..evening guv!!! Dyl ( one of the moderators )yr epa..the mighty Gwyn Anwyl..Dewi G...Big Gav Saynor...me and loads of others....check them out once in a while...Just cos we from oop north dont make us different you kno :D
    hope this helps...
    adios
     
  3. Cantonian

    Cantonian Active Member

    And me :)
     
  4. midwalesman

    midwalesman Member

    and me too

    I am a proud Welshman living up North...there are many others on here too..they're just shy!
     
  5. JamesResurgam

    JamesResurgam Member

    I'm from Skewen between Neath and Swansea, although I was born in Maesteg, does that qualify?
    I now live in the far north east, 17 miles south of the fair city of Aberdeen.

    Dafydd ap Iago
     
  6. Big Twigge

    Big Twigge Active Member

    I'm a proud welshtype folk. Born and lived in Wales forever, yet sound exceedingly English and can't utter much more than onions in welsh.....am an English/Welsh borderperson. :)
     
  7. bandsman12uk

    bandsman12uk New Member

    ne welsh banders out there?

    i,m from south wales and been playing with my band for 30 years in wales
     
  8. stopher

    stopher Member

    From North Wales as well like Nick Jones and Co!

    Actually Nick,, thought you were from Wolverhamton you tart!
     
  9. yr_epa

    yr_epa Member

    As Nick J said, I am a welsh tMP'er! Us gogs are a force to be reckoned with, we might live a fair bit away but look out (as all north welsh proved in the areas!).

    4 bands in the Nationals this year, look out!!! If we don't get the result I'm sure they'll be enough singing in the bar close to the Albert Hall (Sospan Fach, Oes gafr eto? etc.) I just hope that all the other Welsh people will join us, otherwise its just gonna be the 4 bands, come on other Welsh people in the other bands!!!! Come on!!
     
  10. Jeff Lewis

    Jeff Lewis New Member

    I am originally from the metropolis of Tredegar, but moved "Up North" in 1989. I play solo baritone with Leyland.

    Still a proud Welshman and Man of Gwent - Come on the Dragons !! :p
     
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  12. TIMBONE

    TIMBONE Active Member

    my roots

    On 14th February 1951, in Priory Hospital, the ex-workhouse in HAVERFORDWEST, a little welsh lady gave birth, it was 3.15am, and that little Welsh bundle of joy was ME. They had a record playing at the time, that lovely Welsh song, "All Through the Night", as I entered the world, the record stuck, but it didn't effect me a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit a bit...........................
     
  13. Hornblower RN

    Hornblower RN Member

    I'm from Nantymoel originally...still living in the Ogmore Valley and still having a blow with the depleted BSC Port Talbot band (should we be called CORUS now?) on Wednesdays. :lol: :lol:
     
  14. JessopSmythe

    JessopSmythe Active Member

    There's me too!
    I'll see you at rehearsal when I eventually get let off baby sitting duties :?
     
  15. TheMusicMan

    TheMusicMan tMP Founder Staff Member

    .. and I suppose I'd better make a brief appearance... :) Welsh through and through... :)
     
  16. Well I think that I might be................my surname is Thomas.......

    My grandfather did always maintain that we were Welsh miners that moved to the Staffs coalfields. Having spent three years researching the family history, and have got back to the 1700s with the Thomas line - I havn't been able to prove it yet.

    I am sure that the elusive Welsh Thomas miners were living under a Witness Protection Scheme............but never mind, I will get them one day - they won't escape capture lol.
     
  17. Jasonp

    Jasonp Member

    I'm from a delightful mining village called Blaengwynfi and started playing cornet with my Grampa in the village band.
    I also played with West Glam Youth in the glory days and with BSC for a brief time.
    Joined the army when I was 18 and now live in London with my wonderful family.
    Still brass banding though, cant get away from it :D
     
  18. hornette

    hornette New Member

    I'm a Welshy :twisted: from Pontarddulais but playing for Ammanford. Any of you lot members of the NYBBW or past members? :?:
     
  19. Jasonp

    Jasonp Member

    Yep, I played NYBBW in 1987
     
  20. super_sop

    super_sop Supporting Member

    I'm almost Welsh, i was born in Oswestry, just off the welsh border, me ma's side is Welsh, and i mainly played in Welsh bands as a yungster, so im nearly there.
     
  21. hornette

    hornette New Member

    Oooh, the year I was born... (Just thought I'd make that comment) it's likely I wasn't on the course the same time as you then...
     
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