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Gruff Rhys Town Hall, Llangollen

Saturday 7th December 2019

Headlining Gruff Rhys Plus More Memorial Hall, Wrexham

Saturday 9th May 2020
Gruff Rhys Fan Reviews (7) 4.9
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"Excellent performance."
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Gruff Rhys , Live Rooms, Wrexham - 7th December 2018

Brilliant performance. Good atmosphere. Only negatives was overuse of spotlights on audience - for photosensitive people that causes headaches. I had to turn away several times as a result.

Posted anonymously on 10/12/2018

"Great to see the consistency"
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Gruff Rhys , Live Rooms, Wrexham - 7th December 2018

All the bands are great to be fair! GR was his usual, consistent, melodic best. A long set too, which was a bonus.

Posted by AS on 08/12/2018

"Band great, crowd not so much"
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Gruff Rhys , Live Rooms, Wrexham - 7th December 2018

Gruff on top form as always. Kliph, Lisa and sweet baboo brilliant as usual. Some of the crowd were a bit too drunk and decided to heckle Gruff at a point in the gig where he has a chat about a relative of his so he cut it short and just played the songs. Hecklers got an earful of the rest of us. Didn’t detract from what was a great gig

Posted anonymously on 08/12/2018

"Well worth seeing"
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Gruff Rhys , Live Rooms, Wrexham - 7th December 2018

Excellent musicians. Good show. Didn't know many tracks but enjoyed what they did very much.
Would have liked a few more SFA tracks.
Would see again

Posted by Andy on 08/12/2018

"Brilliant as ever!"
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Gruff Rhys , Live Rooms, Wrexham - 7th December 2018

Gruff Rhys never disappoints, his voice is better than ever and this intimate show was amazing!

Posted by Rio13 on 08/12/2018

Make sure you see Gruff Rhys when he performs at London EartH on Wednesday 23rd of October 2019.

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Artist Bio

Composer, producer, film maker and musician; Gruff Rhys is known for his huge capacity for creativity and psychedelic attitude.

Having first found fame as the enigmatic front of oddball indie band Super Furry Animals, Rhys has also gone on to become a successful solo artist having won the 2011 Welsh Music Prize for his record Hotel Shampoo. He also works as a member of electro-pop group Neon Neon.

His career has seen him record nine studio albums with Super Furry Animals, two with Neon Neon and now five solo records.

Last year saw release of his latest album Babelsberg through Rough Trade.

It's warm and weird, but suddenly no stranger than the world around it.” - Uncut

Babelsberg is, without doubt, one of the finest expressions so far of Rhys's talent.” - MOJO

Gruff Rhys first became his forays into music playing as the drummer for band Emily. He then progressed on to Ffa Coffi Pawb (Everyone’s Coffee Beans) who released three albums with Rhys as the singer. When the band split in 1993 he began what would become Super Furry Animals.

By 2005 Gruff Rhys released his first solo album, Yr Atal Genhedlaeth, having already achieved a degree of mainstream success with Super Furry Animals. His following record releases would include Candylion, Hotel Shampoo, American Interior and his soundtrack album Set Fire To The Stars.

Gruff Rhys has now announced the title of his new album - Pang.

Pang is a Welsh Language pop album with a couple of verses of Zuluand an English title. ‘Pang!’ developed unexpectedly over about 18months. A solo album of songs by Gruff Rhys, produced & mixed by the South African electronic artist Muzi.

Recorded in Cardiff, Wales. The song “Pang!” was mixed by the producer Muziin Cardiff & Johannesburg. Drums by Welsh-American psychedelic warlord Kliph Scurlock, brass by Gavin Fitzjohn and flute and percussion by the engineer Kris Jenkins. Beats, bass &ah’s by Muzi with Gruff on vocals and guitar.

Gruff Rhys explains “Pang! Is a Welsh language song with an English title. It started life as a folk reel and soon expanded into a ‘list’ song, listing various reasons for pangs; hunger, regret, twitter, pain, bad design etc. Using the English word pang in a Welsh language track may appear weird but I suppose it’s like using the French word ‘Magazine’ in an English song. In that it’s slightly pretentious but completely acceptable.”

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