Bryn 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”.
He has recorded as a session guitar player with Chris de Burgh, Joan Armatrading, Cliff Richard and Gerry Rafferty amongst others.
Bryn recorded a further album for Island (“Sunny Side Of The Street”), and then moved to A&M Records where he recorded “Grand Arrival” and “Keep The Ball Rolling”. During this period he made numerous radio and TV appearances, including sessions for John Peel and the Old Grey Whistle Test, as well as touring extensively Traffic, Bad Company, Gallagher & Lyle and Fairport Convention.
In 1974 Bryn and his wife Sally became Christians and this powerful experience has brought a strong gospel influence into his music. Between 1988 and 1992, Bryn was on staff at the Southwest London Vineyard Church developing worship teams and setting up a prison ministry. He now spends 75% of his time taking his music into prisons around the country, though muscinministry.uk, as well as recording CDs and performing concerts in a wide variety of venues around the country.
He has released 14 further albums including Time Out, the 2nd album recorded specifically for prison inmates, and Rebel Man released autumn 2015. A new album for prisoners is in production now.
May 2019 Bryn released Enough is Enough, a single in response to the campaign to halt indiscriminate felling of trees: