Green Fuse line up
Peter Fulton was raised on early American poets and inspired by Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood to write and then perform his first verse drama entitled Death of a Worn Man. He also performed in Boston coffee houses, many of which were woven into his novella and original songs Silicon in Sand.
The Lost Tuesday Society are a 5 piece band who have collectively come from a variety of differing musical backgrounds and therefore bring with them a range of influences.
Performing as a full band, acoustically and in differing combinations of band members they have, to date, graced the stage with the likes of Pete Doherty, Alabama 3, Moulettes, Gabby Young and Other Animals, Labi Sifre, Big Sir, to name but a few.
"Often silly,sometimes serious, always pretentious!" (His Mum). Marks` work as a performer has taken him the West End to Covent Garden (Street Theatre) as well as National and International touring. For this Green Fuse Event he will be performing some of his own work in addition to the poetry and stories of Dylan Thomas.
Jemma Krysa, an acoustic folk singer songwriter from the rural mining village Tairgwaith, near the Black Mountain in South Wales. Jemma’s unique voice has a captivating velvet warmth and together with her emotive lyrics and beautiful rhythmic melodies, is proving a big hit on the musical circuit.
Izzy Young - the Folklorist and Maria Lindström will remind us of poems, songs and artists that will take us back to the 1960s when Izzy was the friend of Pete Seeger, Malvina Reynolds, Allen Ginsberg who promoted many young artists who went on to greate fame. Some of these have since become household names: Joni Mitchell, Patti Smith, Bob Dylan to name but a few.
The Dunvant Male Voice Choir will be the final part of this year's Green Fuse event.
They have promised extracts similar to the songs that went down so well at the Welsh Mam's event, including -Calon Lan, This is the Moment, Pan fo'r Nos yn Hir, Myfanwy, Tell my Father, Bring him Home, Morte Christe and concluding with the reading and prayer from "Under Milk Wood".