Lleuwen Steffan was raised up to the sound of words and music, being the daughter of singer-composer Steve Eaves, and she sang on some of his recordings as a young girl. She also gained valuable experience at Ysgol Glanaethwy, the school at Bangor renowned for its choirs, but Lleuwen was always keen to broaden her musical horizons and develop her own unique voice. This she did with the jazz group Acoustique, and her first solo albums “Duw a wyr“ and “Penmon“, all of which were critically acclaimed.
She moved to Brittany, where she became engrossed in the musical traditions of that Celtic country, and learnt the Breton language. She worked with songstress Norwen Korbel, and also with the bassist Vincent Guerin, and together they composed songs and experimented with new sounds which resulted in the album “Tan”, released simultaneously in Brittany by Keltia Musique and in Wales by Sain.
- EBENESER (DYMA GARIAD FEL Y MOROEDD) (Ton Potel)
- MIL HARDDACH WYT
- RHOSYN SARON (WELE'N SEFYLL RHWNG Y MYRTWYDD)
- YN Y GLYN/MARACESH
- DY GYNNAL DI
- PEN CALFARIA (I GALFARIA TROF FY WYNEB)
- FEL STORM
- BORE SADWRN
- HENRYD/RHIWLAS (PAM Y CAIFF BWYSTFILOD RHEIBUS)
- BRYNIAU CASIA