The BBC Introducing Mixtape with Tom Robinson on BBC Radio 6 Music

Huwie Price 

In the winter of 2009 Huwie Price was working as a door to door salesman when a customer gave him a cd of John Martyn's solid air album. Huwie instantly quit the band in which he was playing and brought a cheap acoustic guitar. His frist ep 'sea air', released the following summer in 2010, gained airplay on BBC Radio Wales and he followed this with the simple acoustic ep 'folds' in 2011. His third ep which will be out in late 2012 has recently gained airplay on Tom Robinson's BBC 6 Music Introducing mixtape.

'On the road to success'
The Metro

'With Welsh origins but bred in Leicester, songwriter HUWIE PRICE has been gigging solo for several years, releasing his debut EP 'Sea Air' in 2010 and following it up with 'Folds' last summer. Currently hard at work on his third EP, his Twitter reveals this entire weekend has been set aside for bass parts and vocal harmonies on Track Two- with the hashtag #everysparemomentcounts. As a first taste of what's in store on the new release, Fright Night shows HUWIE taking his game up to a whole new level. Its poised, tense atmosphere and spooky weeping guitar lines were a big hit with readers at FOTN and deservedly so'
Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music

'The easy-going, freewheeling nature of his songs reflects his equally good-natured persona. Price’s forte is to create understated but beguiling songs that recall at his most deeply personal the affecting tones of Jeff Buckley.’
Western Mail Newspaper