Ragsy is a South Wales based singer-songwriter. He appeared on The Voice in 2013 and was mentored by fellow countryman, Sir Tom Jones.
Since then, Ragsy has continuously performed at various events, showcases, venues and such festivals as Glastonbury. He also has supported established artists such as The Proclaimers, James Dean Bradfield and Max Boyce.
Ragsy’s debut album ‘Ouch!!!’ along with the singles ‘Morning Sun‘ featuring Sian Evans (Kosheen), ‘Feels Like Home‘ featuring Cwmbach Choir, ‘My Love (Bring out the Guards) & Coming Up For Air‘ featuring Caroline Harrison have received national and international exposure including being named BBC Wales ‘Artist’ of the Week’ on several occasions.
In 2017 Ragsy, being a passionate Welshman embarked on a journey to learn his native tongue. Through the help of good friends Andrew Tommo, Thomas & Terwyn Davies (BBC Radio Cymru), Ragsy released his first Welsh single ‘Fy Hafan i‘. This journey has led to Ragsy appearing on BBC’s The Victoria Derbyshire Show and releasing two other Welsh language singles ‘Fy Nghariad (Galw dy Fyddin) and ‘Codi i Gael Aer‘.
2018 has been exciting year so far for Ragsy with his performance as one of the eight finalists on ‘Can i Gymru / Song for Wales’ singing ‘Ti’n Frawd i Mi‘, written by Owain Glenister, which was aired on S4C St David’s Day.
2018 will also see the release of his second album ‘One More For The Road Vol 1‘ which will be recorded in Welsh as well as English. The album will be released in the summer with the promotional tour to follow.