Fundraiser for Tŷ Gobaith re­turns to Conwy pub

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played in var­i­ous bands in­clud­ing the latest pro­ject Lost Cabaret.

He is also a solo per­former and co-runs the Sun­day open mic nights at the Blue Bell.

Ap­pear­ing at 7pm is singer, song­writer and gui­tarist Dan Wil­liamson, who de­scribes his mu­sic as orig­i­nal rock and soul mu­sic, straight from the heart, with his in­flu­ences in­clud­ing Richie Havens and Al Green.

Dan says: “I hope we can raise a de­cent amount of money for Tŷ Gobaith. It’s al­ways nice to play mu­sic for a good, im­porta im­por­tant cause, it makes mu­si­cians play bet­ter, I thin think.

“I’m in­fluen enced by all t the peo­ple who my mu­sic can make a dif­fer­ence to, so char­ity is al­ways my favourite rea­son to play.”

Also ap­pear­ing on Satur­day night are Deckchair Protest, a band of four from North Wales who play al­ter­na­tive mu­sic, and have a habit of swap­ping in­stru­ments depend­ing on what song they’re are play­ing.

The two broth­ers and their friends worked on pro­mot­ing their mu­sic by record­ing a set of songs at Sti­w­dio Un in Bethesda ear­lier this year, so as to hand out to var­i­ous pubs and clubs.

They’ve re­cently played at Llan­dudno’s Head­ead­stock and the Mananch­ester Metropoli­tan an Univer­sity amongstt other gigs.

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