comes from a beautiful part of Anglesey called Paradwys –
the Welsh word for Paradise! The description ’Voice
from Paradise’ – the title of her first CD, is
therefore not a meaningless phrase conjured up by a PR agency,
but a statement of fact which anyone listening to her voice
will appreciate has a deeper significance.
Her first album was released in 2009 when Lucy was just eleven
years old, and on her first year at Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni.
From a very early age, she has derived much pleasure from
singing and performing, and she first appeared on the stage
of The National Urdd Eisteddfod when only six years old. That
was the start of a very successful eisteddfodic career which
has seen her winning many first prizes on the national level,
culminating in her notable hat-trick at the 2008 Cardiff National
At the age of thirteen, Lucy released her second CD entitled
‘Angel’ in July 2011 and the collection clearly
demonstrates the maturity and development her voice and repertoire
have undergone during the last two years.
She has been invited to perform at a number of famous venues
and events: Voice for Wales, the Ryder Cup, The Albert Hall,
Cruise Ship concerts, and she shared the concert stage with
a host of established singers including Rhys Meirion, Faryl
Smith, Elin Fflur, Dafydd Iwan, Gwawr Edwards, the Three Tenors,
Trebor Edwards, Shân Cothi and Aled Wyn Davies.
Lucy would like to thank everyone who has helped her career
over the years including Ann Roberts, Olwen Jones, Linda’r
Hafod, Pat Griffiths, Annette Bryn Parri, Hefin Elis, Leah
Owen and Mari Pritchard.