At the back end of 2004 in Aberystwyth, some members of the sadly-missed (but school-age) band Mozz reformed as the fuzzy indie Welsh-language outfit Radio Luxembourg.
A Welsh rock band who had a massive hit single in the 1970s, but there was more to the band than that.
Beneath the radar, Wales' hip hop scene is verdant and well-respected.
Crowned by Kerrang! readers as Best Live Unsigned Band in the UK, Aberdare power-poppers Reaper In Sicily are tipped for big things.
Revoker are a four-piece metal band from the Rhymney Valley.
One of the oldest and most distinguished choirs in Wales which throughout its history has continued to achieve the highest awards.
Brecon-area 'popera' star Rhydian Roberts shot to fame in The X Factor, coming runner-up in 2007.
Ricky Valance is best known for the number one single Tell Laura I Love Her, which sold over a million copies in 1960.
Risca Male Choir was founded in 1970 and explores many musical styles, in concert, in competition and in the recording studio.
The Barry boy who became one of the most successful of a particularly English-style school of tenors.
Rock music in Wales, which has always been big, has enjoyed an unprecedented surge in popularity in the last decade.
London-based Welsh singer-songwriter Rod Thomas writes winsome indie pop gems.
Lyrical fountain and Cardiff hip-hop scene stalwart, Ruffstylz lays claim to the longest freestyle rap world record.
Some of the prime movers among the new generation of South Wales rock bands, Save Your Breath are an exciting prospect as they work with an American record label and establish their live credentials.
Green Gartside formed Scritti Politti in the early 1980s and enjoyed chart success. He enjoyed a renaissance in the 2000s.
One of the UK's top hip hop producers with his own label.
There has been a band in Beaumaris since the 1880s: initially a wind band, and a brass band since 1921. By the early 1980s, the lack of employment in the area made it difficult to sustain an adequate membership and radical moves had to be taken to ensure the band's survival.
Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau is a music festival in the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park, featuring a real mix of musical styles.
The Green Door to This Ol' House is still swinging for Shakin' Stevens.
Best known for her classic James Bond theme tunes, Shirley Bassey has the longest chart career in history.
Beganifs became Big Leaves in the late 1990s. Their summer indie pop laid the foundations for Sibrydion.
How many baritones would turn down the chance to sing what is arguably Mozart's greatest role - Don Giovanni - at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden? Geraint Evans did.
Cwmaman's Stereophonics had early success with Word Gets Around before they became a firm MOR favourite.
Steve Balsamo came to public recognition playing the titular role in Jesus Christ Superstar.
Visage singer Steve Strange had a great and lasting impact on the UK clubbing scene.
Stuart Burrows occupied the top rung of the operatic lyric tenor ladder for 20 years from the mid-60s, particularly known for his fine performances of Mozart. And yet he could have been a professional rugby player before converting his career to the opera and concert stage.
Stuart Cable 1970-2010
We take a look back at the life of one of Welsh music's biggest personalities.
The Super Furry Animals have never quite had success in proportion to their invention, but they remain a hugely influential Welsh band.
The Swansea Bach Choir popularises choral works with specific concentration on the baroque.
Mared Lenny formed Doli at the age of just 12, then her band became Swci Boscawen in 2002.
One of the best-known Welsh-language indie outfits, Texas Radio Band were named after a Doors track.
Our guide to some of the many highlights of Welsh rock and pop, from the 1960s to the present day.
Tiger Please in their short career have secured esteemed patronage and press support for their epic rock.
With a gargantuan list of members recalling the best of spoof rockers, Tigertailz were a band who exist in a sleaze-rock vacuum.
In his time Tom Jones has tried his hand at styles including pop, rock, country, big band, dance and jazz, and he's still going strong today.
From inauspicious beginnings in 1883 in The Red Cow pub, the Treorchy Male Choir has developed into what is probably the most famous male voice ensemble in the world.
In late December 2004 a massive tsunami caused huge damage and death in the Indian Ocean.
Fierce campaigners for the promotion of the Welsh language, rappers Tystion fused bilingual rhymes with a revolutionary ideology.
Listen to Billy Bragg talking to us about the shows he played in aid of miners' families.