Bryony Sier is a 26-year-old singer-songwriter from Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Growing up surrounded by music, Bryony’s family were heavily involved in the local music scene, and she was introduced to a wide range of music from a young age. Music became an outlet after learning to play the guitar at age twelve. Writing songs about her personal experiences – including a recent autism diagnosis – has helped Bryony to make sense of the world.
She has supported the likes of Molly Tuttle and Rachel Baiman, Rick Wakeman, Twin Bandit, Jo Harman, Toploader, Brian McFadden, Joshua Radin and Naomi Scott. Bryony has worked with Amy Wadge and producer Charlie Francis.
She has performed in so many festivals and gigs, from The British Country Music Festival to Tadstock, FOCUS Wales, Boia Festival, The Big Church Day Out, Edge Festival (Solva), The Weekend Rumble, Nozstock, Swn, Devauden Festival, The Big Sesh Wales, The Brecon and Centenary celebration, Brecon Jazz Festival, and Big Love Festival. And now she will be part of Daring to Dream’s festival, Lleswyl.
She is releasing her first album soon, but the first single will drop in the new year!
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