The musical traditions of Wales are preserved with the performances of Cardiff-based sextet Carreg Lafar. With Trio Bulgarka-like vocalist Linda Owen-Jones at the forefront, the group is constantly on the bring a brand new outlook towards the music of the homeland. Featuring music artists and singers out of every area of Wales, Carreg Lafar was produced by flute and whistle participant Adam Rourke and hornpipe, bagpipe, whistle, and percussion participant Antwn Owen-Hicks in 1993. A indigenous of the Western world Wales city of Llanelli, Rourke previously performed traditional Welsh music as an associate of Carreg Aonair. Playing the flute because the age group of 15, he educated as an professional and filmmaker. Furthermore to using Carreg Lafar, he proceeds to create scripts for film and tv. His first book, The Mayor of Aln, was released in 1999. A self-taught musician, Owen-Hicks comes from Pontllanfraith within the Sirhowy Valley of southern Wales. He educated as an illustrator in London before time for Wales to create Curreg Lafar. Rourke and Owen-Hicks’ passions in traditional Welsh music continues to be passed on towards the various other bandmembers. Rhondda Valley-born fiddle, viola, and cello participant Rhian Evan-Jones and North Wales-born vocalist Linda Owen-Jones, who wedded Owen-Hicks within the middle-’90s, had small knowledge with traditional musician before signing up for Carreg Lafar. Linda Owen-Jones previously educated as an professional, while Rhian Evan-Jones continues to be playing violin because the age group of ten and retains a music level from Cardiff School. She continues to instruct music at a second college in Pontypridd. Carreg Lafar is normally curved out by guitarist Simon O’Sea and vocalist/songwriter Dylan Davies. The group’s name, which translates actually as “speaking rocks,” identifies the Welsh custom of “echo rocks” or “areas of echo.” Carreg Lafar toured THE UNITED STATES in past due 1997.