Chris Jones' most recent album, the bilingual "Dacw'r Tannau" (Behold the Strings), was released to rave reviews and nominated in Songlines Magazine for best album.

"Whether singing in English or in Welsh, Jones' rich baritone vocals shine throughout the album and so, too, does his excellent guitar playing. His style has been compared to that of Bert Jansch and John Renbourn. There are definite similarities which, of course, means that the entire album is graced by some truly impressive and beautifully played acoustic guitar."
Darren Johnson of Bright Young Folk

"To describe Chris' voice as rich is an understatement - he has a voice in a million. He knows how to use it too; the sensitivity of his treatment of (say) the Fair Flower Of Northumberland or Ffarwel i blwy Llangywer is matched by the power and attack with which he unleashes his baritone on Dacw 'nghariad."
John Waltham, one of England's finest living traditional singers, Living Tradition

"...resonant, grounded in real human stories, beautifully performed; Dacw'r Tannau is what folk music should be."
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