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Fernhill is a Welsh folk band, formed in 1996. The current line-up is Julie Murphy (voice); Ceri Rhys Matthews (guitar and flute); Tomos Williams (trumpet) and Christine Cooper (fiddle and voice).
The original line-up, alongside Murphy and Matthews, included Andy Cutting (accordions, 1996–2002) and Jonathan Shorland (flute and bagpipes, 1996 - 1999). Cass Meurig (crwth and fiddle), played with the band between 2000 - 2004. Cutting and Shorland appeared on the first two albums, Ca’ nôs and Llatai. The line-up on Whilia was Murphy, Matthews and Cutting. Guest musicians were Tim Harris (upright bass) and Cass Meurig (fiddle), who later joined the band full-time. The line-up on Hynt was Murphy, Matthews, Williams, Meurig, Tim Harris, and Dorian Phillips aka Nobsta Nutts rapper. In 2004, Meurig was replaced by Christine Cooper (fiddle). However, the 2007 live album Na Prádle, recorded at the Na Prádle club in Prague, Czech Republic only features Murphy, Matthews and Williams. Cooper is featured on their two latest albums; Canu Rhydd and Amser on fiddle and spoken word. In concerts, the band occasionally work with guest poet Jon Gower, writer Owen Martell or rapper, Nobsta Nutts.


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