|Birth name||Elin Fflur Jones|
|Genres||Pop, soul, folk, pop rock, Cymraeg|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, Songwriter, Presenter|
|Years active||2002 — present|
|Website||The Official Site of Elin Fflur|
Elin Fflur Jones is a Welsh singer and songwriter from Wales. Elin is well known in Welsh-language media, especially after she won the Cân i Gymru contest in 2002. Elin also had successes in the bands Carlotta and Y Moniars. Elin also occasionally works behind the scenes and as a presenter on S4C, the Welsh-language television channel.
Elin's musical roots began with her mother Nest Llewellyn Jones who was the lead vocalist of the popular Welsh-folk band Bran. Just as Elin would do 24 years later, Bran became well known for winning Cân i Gymru in 1978. Elin also took inspiration from her father's favourite artists who included Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen and her personal favourite Janis Ian. In her teens, Elin wrote her own rock songs describing herself as 'rebellious'.
Cân i Gymru
Elin participated in Cân i Gymru in 2002, the 33rd edition of the competition. Elin won the competition with the song "Harbwr Diogel" (Safe Bay) composed by Arfon Wyn - the same composer who wrote the 1978 winning song "Angel Ble Wyt Ti?" (Angel Where Are You?) for Elin's mother's band Bran.
- Dim Gair (No Word) - Sain, 2003
- Cysgodion (Shadows) - 6 December 2004
- Hafana - 7 July 2008
- Y Goreuon (The Best) - 29 July 2010
- Ysbryd Efnisien - 7 August 2006