My name is Bronwen Lewis and I’m a 25 year old singer songwriter from the Dulais Valley in South Wales. I have played piano from the age of 5 and taught myself guitar from the age of 13. I’m bilingual, and on my Blind Audition for The Voice Series 2 I sang a Welsh/English take on ‘Fields of Gold’ by Sting on Piano.
From this I gained a role in the BAFTA award winning film Pride, in which I sang the soundtrack theme Bread and Roses. Also from my take on a Sting classic, I was lucky enough to meet producer Hugh Padgham, who recorded the original Fields of Gold. We worked together on an EP of 5 tracks (3 original), that got national radio plays.
I have gigged and written songs since I was 15 (in both Welsh and English), and I’m currently co-writing with a number of wonderful talents such as Charlie Dore, Judie Tzuke and Martin Goddard. My first album ‘Home’ was released in 2016 with Welsh record label and made it to Radio Wales’ Record of the Week.
It is available to buy on Amazon and iTunes.
I’m a creative at heart, and studied Graphics and Illustration at St Martin’s College last year. I lived in London while studying and wrote songs and design all my own album art.
My family are creative and musical, my father, uncle and grandad are all apart of the same choir and I got my artistic side from my mother, who studied in printing and interior design.
I continue to gig all over the UK, most recently on the last 3 tours with the one and only Max Boyce back in January this year, where we sold out 31 dates.
I am constantly writing music, most importantly writing my second album which I am hoping to release in the next year.