Bryn Yemm was raised in Wales by adoptive parents who were dedicated members of the Salvation Army in beautiful Abergavenny, Wales.
Growing up in the Land of Song, he became an accomplished vocalist specializing in evangelistic gospel. During his prestigious career as a recording artist and entertainer, he has been fortunate to meet people from all walks of life, to perform for audiences around the world, and to be an ambassador for his homeland and for some of the emerging artists it produces.
Today, Bryn lives in Wales with his wife, Ann.
Hurry On Love (1969, President Records/Bay Records) Single
Wasted Days and Wasted Nights (1976, Rockfield Studios/BayRecords ) Single
Jubilee Party (Side B: Special Day ) (1977, Rockfield Studios/BayRecords ) Single
Bryn Yemm Meets the Morrison Orpheus Choir - Gateway To Song (1978, Damont Records/BayRecords ) Album
Hello, I'm Bryn Yemm (1979, Damont Records/BayRecords ) Album
Ann and Bryn Yemm - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (1980, BayRecords ) Album
Bryn Yemm with Ann Yemm and Tracy Yemm, Fall Softly Snow (1980, BayRecords ) Single
The King and Di (1981, BayRecords ) Single
How Do I Love Thee (1983, Lifestyle Records/ BayRecords ) Album
How Do I Love Thee (1983, Lifestyle Records/ BayRecords ) Single
The Bryn Yemm Christmas Collection (1984 Bay Records) Album
Evensong (1984, Sierra Records/ BayRecords ) Single
Welcome Home, A Celebration of 40 Years of Peace (1985, Sierra Records/ BayRecords ) Single
My Tribute (1986, Word Records/ BayRecords ) Album
Bryn Yemm, the Richard Williams Singers, Let There Be Peace (1986, Word Records/ BayRecords ) Album
Inspirations (1988, Trax Music/ BayRecords )
The Lovin' Feeling (1989, Trax Music/ BayRecords )