A PWLLGLAS woman is bringing her talent to the public
Anna Angell has released an EP of her self-penned songs called Love’s Life.
Anna, 29, moved to North Wales in 2008 when her husband Joe got a job at Wern Veterinary Surgery in Ruthin.
Mother of two Anna recorded her folk influenced album with the help of her brother and sister in law, Sid Peacock and Ruth Angell, who run a recording studio in Birmingham.
“My husband, Joe, nagged me to do it.
“I had written the creative stuff off as I thought I was too old for this with the kids and everything.”
“Living in Derbyshire I was lucky to be exposed to a lot of good music as there is a big folk scene there.
“We also have a few friends around here who are into folk so sessions every few months in peoples houses.
Anna has some concerts coming up to help promote the EP.
In June she will play at the Siop Pwllglas first birthday celebrations. She will also play at the Newfound Festival in Belper, Derbyshire, at the end of the month.
“I am looking for more bookings though and if people want to hear a sample of my music they can listen to a track online at annaangell.bandcamp.com/releases where the whole EP can also be bought.”
Copies of the EP can also be bought in Siop Pwllglas.
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