Acclaimed slide guitarist and singer songwriter, Bryn Haworth came to London from Lancashire in the late sixties and joined “Les Fleur de Lys” a motown/soul band which became house band for Atlantic Records in England. He left the band in ’69 and travelled to California; from there he toured extensively in the US in American bands and was a founder member of Wolfgang, a band put together and managed by the legendary Bill Graham, appearing on bills with Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane, Taj Mahal and others. In 1973 he returned to England and was signed to Island Records where he made his first LP, “Let The Days Go By”.
Bryn recorded 3 further albums for Island Records and A&M. During this period he made numerous radio and TV appearances, including John Peel’s legendary Radio One Show and appearances on BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test, as well as touring extensively in England and Europe supporting such artists as Traffic, Bad Company, Gallagher & Lyle and Fairport Convention.
From 1989-1992 Bryn was on the pastoral staff of the South West London Vineyard, developing worship and prison ministries and he now travels extensively, performing concerts in a wide variety of venues including concert halls, churches and prisons across the UK.
Bryn has recorded 3 albums specifically for people in prison – Inside Out, Time Out and Peace & Understanding through the Music in Ministry Trust.