Jason Lawday - flute, bagpipes, vocals Sille Ilves - fiddle, hurdy-gurdy, bowed lyre (hiiu-kannel), vocals Martin Leamon - guitar, 1-row melodeon, bouzouki Ceri Owen-Jones - Celtic harp, trombone, vocals Chris Reynolds - vocals
Jason Lawday - is a 'true star of Bethlehem village', a ranger for Carmarthenshire County council, can speak with animals and local farmers. The character of Aragorn from the Lord of the Rings is based on him. In his free time he plays flute and bagpipes; he can also roll a good pizza.
Sille Ilves - was brought up under Soviet regime in Estonia. Since 2003 when she emigrated to Wales she has become one of the pioneers of traditional Welsh music playing jigs and galliards inside-out on fiddle, hurdy-gurdy and bowed lyre. Sille sings for people and sheep and still can't stop eating porridge with the salt and pepper yet.
Martin Leamon - once a Gower shepherd, now herds people on the dance floor. Sometimes whilst wearing his flat cap he is mistaken for AC/DC singer Brian Johnston (although they are never seen in the same room) and rocks out on guitar, 1-row melodeon and bouzouki.
Ceri Owen-Jones - was brought up in a Welsh Canadian family on the prairies of Western Canada. Since 2010 he's been living on the prairie of Aberystwyth learning Welsh and charming people with his harping and whimsy. Sometimes he forgets to play his trombone and according to him 'World is made out of cheese, cinnamon and maple syrup.'
Chris Reynolds - his deep, velvety voice is well known in front of Welsh language classrooms in Wales and occasionally in America. He's well known for upholding the traditions of the Merthyr Tydfil white sock.
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