Being a self-confessed media tart I am available for interviews and open to offers! I think that if we live in the now and only perceive the world as now then anything in the past is also perceived in the present so is also in the now as is the future. We are not leaving the moment. I think I would make a great Dr Who. Do you agree? Bard of Ely is a singer-songwriter, poet and writer from Cardiff in Wales who moved to Tenerife because it felt the right place for him to be. Bard of Ely was the compere for the Avalon Stage at Glastonbury Festival in 2002 and 2003 and also performed at the festival many times as well as being compere and performer at the Green Man Festival. Bard of Ely dyed his beard green for the latter event and kept it and is now also known as Green Beard or Barba Verde. Under his real name Steve Andrews, he was author of Herbs of the Northern Shaman published by Loompanics and he is currently a columnist for the Tenerife Sun newspaper and contributor for Tenerife News. He has also written a series on foraging for Permaculture Magazine, a series of gardening articles for Living Tenerife and in 1997 had a column in Big Issue Cymru who dubbed him the Bard of Ely. Bard of Ely's most successful songs have been You're a Liar, Nicky Wire, which was rave reviewed in the NME and released on the Taffia EP on Crai Records along with Harvest Home, Sound of One, which was used in parties in C5's Family Affairs and Rubber Ducky, which was used on S4C's Y Ty drama. Bard of Ely is written about in The Last of the Hippies, Fierce Dancing (Faber) and Housing Benefit Hill (AK) by CJ Stone, in The Trials of Arthur (Element) by Christopher James Stone and Arthur Pendragon, in Peter Finch's Real Cardiff (Seren) and in The World's Most Mysterious People (Hounslow)by Lionel and Patricia Fanthorpe. As Steve Andrews, the Bard of Ely was the co-presenter of two series of In Full View on BBC Choice and he has taken part in many other TV programmes, including as an actor in Red Dragon sci-fi short on HTV Wales' Shotgun Slideshow, regressed hypnotically in Weird Wales (also on HTV Wales), as a guest speaker in BBC2's Roll Over Beethoven, and as a musician in The Slate BBC1.
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