Radio Wales Music Day 2011

Karl Morgan in Swansea on Radio Wales Music Day

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Radio Wales Music Day 2012 archive.

Exclusive videos from 2011

Friends Electric - Something You Should Know
Friends Electric - Wall of Arms
Toy Horses
The Direction - Take Me Away
Emmy's Unicorn - Three Tracks ('Kate', 'Singular' the 'The Tunnel')
Jonathan Powell - Two Tracks ('Nicole' and 'At Arms Length'



Video: The Direction live on BBC Radio Wales Music Day
Toy Horses live on the Jamie and Louise show
Video from today: Friends Electric: Something you should know
Video from today: Toy Horses - Wall of Arms (external site)

Link: Updates and pictures on our Facebook page

What's Radio Wales Music Day all about?

In 2010 on St David's Day we had 10 bands playing live on the station over 11 hours. This year we did it again but on an even bigger scale, across the whole of Wales with even more musicians. We were live in Swansea, Cardiff and Mold.

On Radio Wales Music Day 2012 we went up a notch again, with live shows from Newport, Brecon, Carmarthen and Maesteg.
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Radio Wales Music Day

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Live acts and special programmes on Friday 19 April celebrating the best music being made across Wales.

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Pop music

Check out the world of pop in Wales with our guides.

Evening Show session

Kids In Glass Houses

Kids In Glass Houses

Watch exclusive videos of the band performing on the Evening Show.

Zervas & Pepper

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Watch an exclusive video of Cardiff based Zervas & Pepper performing on the Evening Show.

Evening Show Sessions

Paper Aeroplanes

Watch two new sessions from the Evening Show - Paper Aeroplanes and Calum Ross & the Scarlets

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