Max Boyce is a Welsh comedian, singer and entertainer. He rose to fame during the mid-1970’s with a musical comedy act. He has sold more than two million albums in a career spanning four decades.
Boyce first learned to play the guitar as a young man but it wasn’t until the early 1970’s that he started performing in local sports clubs and folk clubs with his original set of humour, interspersed by anecdotes of Welsh community life.
His first and second albums were recorded live at rugby clubs in the South Wales valleys and the second went to Number 1 on the UK charts (the first comedy album to ever top the UK Albums Chart).
Highlights of Max Boyce’s career include being awarded an MBE in 1999, selling out the Sydney Opera House in 2003 and singing on the pitch before the Wales v England game at Wembley in 1999.
As of 2017 Max Boyce is still performing to sellout audiences across the UK.