Welsh singer-songwriter Ryland Teifi has just released his fourth solo album, ‘Man Rhydd’ – a new collection of songs sung in his native tongue, Welsh, and also in English, and recorded in Ireland with producer Graham Clancy. His debut album ‘Heno’ released in 2005 and along with subsequent albums received critical praise both in the UK and in the States. Ryland admits that music, and folk music in particular, has always been in his blood. His father was a folk singer who ran his own folk club and therefore Ryland was influenced by a home filled with music - from local Welsh musicians to records by Nat King Cole and Johnny Cash. His marriage to fellow musician, Roisin Clancy, daughter of the late Bobby Clancy of the Clancy brothers, brought a further Celtic influence to his music.
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