Stephen Lloyd-Morgan, ‘A Boy from Nowhere’ by Dario Poli
‘A Boy from Nowhere’, is a particularly apt title for the Welsh tenor Stephen Lloyd-Morgan that reflects the growth of his own life’s experience from the relatively humble and tough beginnings of his home in the Welsh mining valleys to the glamorous world of Marbella.
He has come a long way; handling his success in an unassuming and charming manner that delights everyone who meets him or hears him sing.
Review: In My Father’s Footsteps by Stephen Lloyd-Morgan
Welsh tenor and Costa del Sol resident, Stephen Lloyd-Morgan, has this morning (1st July 2012) released his new album in support of Spanish and Welsh cancer charities Cudeca and Tenovus.
In My Father’s Footsteps is dedicated to the memory of his father Bryant, who passed away 18 months ago having been diagnosed with cancer only five weeks previously. Its primary purpose is to raise money for the Cudeca Hospice in Spain and Welsh cancer charity Tenovus – with all sales income being donated.
Stephen Lloyd-Morgan, Voice of the Valleys, by Michel Cruz
Popular international tenor Stephen Lloyd-Morgan releases albums to aid Spanish and Welsh cancer charities
From the Welsh valleys comes a sound that has nothing at all to do with the corporate mechanisations of the music industry. Here music is not just a business but a way of life – originally a way of expressing faith and later a vital part in the everyday existence of close-knit mining communities. From their ranks sprang forth a choral tradition that not only remains as strong as ever, but continues to be built on the most emotive of all instruments: the voice.