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Carribbean Singers and Bands


SW Storm




Sina Wayne, the singer/songwriter aka S.W. Storm, was born in London, England of Trinidadian Parentage. His musical career began as a Funk/rock singer with "A band called Desire" on the music circuit in England. However, his love for Soca Music was always there and after numerous trips to the carnivals of his parents' homeland and many other Caribbean carnivals, Storm went into the studio and began his plan to fuse the infectious rhythms of the Caribbean with the music culture of the UK

The result was a 5-track debut LP entitled "Island Fury" which was released for the 1997 Trinidad & Tobago Carnival season. This release contained the big hit songs 'NICE' and 'GROOVE ME' receiving great airplay on radio and extensive play of this video on Trinidad TV. His first carnival season had Storm performing extensively all over Trinidad where he left his audiences totally entertained

With his fusion of Soca, flavoured with blends of R&B, Indian, Bhangra, Turkish, Reggae and Rock, Storm has developed a sound that is moving audiences worldwide. This artiste continues to go from strength to strength and can be found far and wide delivering powerful performances at festivals and concerts all over the world. Storm enjoys the benefit of performing with his own band "Island Fury" and also travels at times performing Solo

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Soca Fire
(Wayne Ricardo Gibson)






SOul CAlypso can be loosely defined as a kind of calypso music with elements of soul, originally from Trinidad. It often features improvised lyrics on topical or humourous subjects

That pulsating music of carnival, jumping rhythmic beat of drums and bass over laid with stabbing horns and vocal. The sound of the Trinbago and Barbadian dance halls, Hot vibrations

Wayne currently gigs in 3 different configurations changing to suit any occasion: Solo (Great for small gatherings or parties that require a band that doesn't take up too much space, but still provides that full sound with PA and backing tracks), Duo (still good for a compact setup but with the added expertise from a great saxophone player, adding that extra soca lilt and carnival atmosphere), and Full Band (great for big parties and venues, full 6 piece band with drums ready to get everyone up and dancing with infectious driving groove, with a horn section)