Gwilym Emyr Owen III
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|Birth name||Gwilym Emyr Owen III|
|Born||July 24, 1960
Syracuse, New York
|Associated acts||Toni Price
Gwil attended Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio but did not graduate. He moved to Nashville in 1983 and formed the band The Thieves, which recorded the album "Seduced by Money" for Bug/Capitol Records in 1988.
Gwil is also the co-owner of Howlin' Books in Nashville and a noted visual collage artist.
- 1999: Magnetic Heaven (EWE)
- 2008: Gravy (Rambler Records)
- 2010: Ahab's Birthday (Rambler Records)
- 2016: Tiny Birds EP (Rambler Records)
- 1988: Seduced by Money (Bug C1-91153)
- Finlin, Jeff. "Artist in Profile: Gwil Owen". The East Nashvillian. Retrieved 21 October 2016.
- Moser, Margaret (21 November 2003). "Toni Price: Born to Be Blue". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 21 October 2016.
- Caligiuri, Jim (26 May 2006). "Irma Thomas record review: After the Rain". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 21 October 2016.
- Caligiuri, Jim (7 June 2002). "Texas Platters: Jack Ingram". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved 21 October 2016.
- Nolan, Joe (27 June 2014). "Gwil Owen Gets Pieced-Together at Belcourt". Nashville Scene. Retrieved 21 October 2016.
- Official web site
- Gwil Owen at AllMusic
- Gwil Owen discography, forum, and marketplace at Discogs
- Gwilym Emyr Owen III at the Internet Movie Database
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