Sion Russell Jones

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Siôn Russell Jones is a Welsh singer and songwriter from Cardiff.

Life and career[edit]

Jones was born in Cardiff, Wales. He started playing the guitar at the age of 7 and studied music at the University of Glamorgan (now the University of South Wales).[1]

In October 2010, Jones released his debut album And Suddenly via Still Small Voice Music, which was recorded during his final year at The Atrium School of Creative & Cultural Industries, Cardiff.[2]

Jones's music has been used in the background on the British soap operas Coronation Street and EastEnders.[2] He's also had songs featured in the Welsh comedy Stella.[1]

In 2011, Jones signed a publishing deal with BDi music,[3] and during the summer of 2011, he performed at several UK festivals including[citation needed] The Acoustic Festival of Britain, Festival of the Celts, and the Greenman Festival.[3]

In March 2012, Jones performed at the SXSW musical festival in Austin, Texas.[4]

Jones has since continued recording and performing; in April 2017 he announced a short hiatus from music.[5]

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