Harry Keyworth is a singer songwriter from West Wales. His first EP Flux has been recorded at Mwnci Studios in Pembrokeshire. Harry has been touring the UK recently with shows across Wales and England. He has picked up fans across BBC Wales including Adam Walton from BBC Introducing. He recently played at the 40th anniversary of the Old Grey whistle Test hosted by Whispering Bob himself at the Brighton Centre.
BBC Wales have compared him to John Martyn and Tommy Emmanuel. Keyworth also has been influenced by Jeff Buckley and Jose Gonzalez. Flux is a 4 track EP and becomes the 36th release on Jack to Phono. A tour will follow and with an album in the pipeline. There is also a limited edition CD single available of the release. Harry has in recent months played The Bedford in Balham, The Larder House Sessions in Bournemouth and The Queen’s Hall in Narbeth supporting Jodie Marie.
Having released one EP on Jack to Phono we wish Harry every success in the future.
“It’s evident we are witnessing the dawning of a significant talent”
Adam Walton, BBC Wales
“Harry Keyworth is a singer songwriter from West Wales who has previously appeared on BBC Introducing Wales. My research also tells me that he played at the 40th anniversary of the Old Grey Whistle Test. This does not surprise me in the least. If this song is anything to go by, he is extraordinarily talented. A world class vocal (slightly reminiscent in parts of Wild Beasts meets Jose Gonzalez) sits over nice production, and the song seems as though it wouldn’t be out of place on a national radio playlist.”
Tom Robinson, BBC Introducing