Image by _ Delwedd gan Simon Evans

Image by / delwedd gan Simon Evans


Vocals, Concertina, Bouzouki, Fiddle and Mandolin



Vocals, Guitar, Appalachian mountain dulcimer and Shruti



Vocals, Whistles, Harmonica and Bodhrán

Three Legg’d Mare are an Aberystwyth band who were brought together by a common interest in the traditional songs and tunes of Wales, England and far beyond, and the social history and folklore that lies behind them. They sing old songs of madness, love, death, adventure and everyday life, intertwined with traditional tunes - and some original compositions. With lively and sensitive interpretations, close vocal harmonies and a multitude of instruments, Three Legg’d Mare chart a course through folk history with a passion and verve that’s earning them a growing following throughout Wales and the borders.

‘Oh, the voices! Three excellent, distinctive voices of character that blend remarkably well’

The Living Tradition Magazine (February 2020)

Absolutely brilliant … ancient and modern at exactly the same time … I love it!’

Frank Hennessy, BBC Radio Wales (January 2018)


‘ ... the breadth of their musical talents and gorgeous close harmony singing deserves a much wider audience’

Folk Radio (November 2019)

‘Love the new album'

Mike Harding (February 2018)


Georgia Ruth, BBC Radio Cymru (September 2016)

‘Canny trio from Aberystwyth who understand trad sources be they Welsh or English and give a different spin to the very familiar. They’ve a dulcimer and they’re not scared to use it! Unusual arrangements, atypical instrumental accompaniments mean that songs that you might believe are common currency prove surprising winners in the rise again stakes. You’ll like this y’hear? A winner.’

fROOTS Magazine (November 2016)

Cerddoriaeth draddodiadol gyda naws gwahanol o Gymru a thu hwnt

Traditional music with a difference from Wales and beyond