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My name is Bronwen Lewis and I’m a singer songwriter from the Dulais Valley in South Wales. I have played piano from the age of 5 and taught myself guitar from the age of 13. I’m bilingual, and on my Blind Audition for The Voice Series 2 I sang a Welsh/English take on ‘Fields of Gold’ by Sting.
I have gigged and written songs since I was 15, and since my experience on The Voice I have continued to write, gig and meet amazing people. I am in a film that was realeased in September called ‘Pride’, all about the miner’s strike of 1984.
I’m a creative at heart, and studied Graphics and Illustration at St Martin’s College last year. I lived in London while studying and wrote songs and designed my own album art.
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