Welsh language rockers Y Bandana play last ever gig
ONE of Wales’ most popular Welsh-language bands, Y Bandana, have played their last ever gig.
Fans queued around the block in Caernarfon to buy tickets for Friday night’s sell-out concert at the Market Hallt.
Drummer Robin Llwyd Jones, from Bethel, said: “It was great. It was very busy and the place was nuts. The scene was just bonkers. It was nice to see people of all ages just enjoying themselves.”
The band played two sets. The first they filled with ‘old’ favourites and the second, accompanied by a brass section, they played latest songs.
In between the sets the Rifleros from Cardiff... read more
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