Caribbean Artists

Please use the booking page for enquiries about any of the following acts.

Steel Bands

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Solid Steel - The party planners' favourite steel band.

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Solid Steel Ambassadors - Ideal for receptions of any kind.

Cherry Pickers - 40 years on and Max is still going strong!

Steel Orchestras

Ebony - The reigning Panorama champions!

Mangrove - A very busy touring orchestra.

Nostalgia - Steel crazy after all these years.

Solo Pan Players

Eman Thorpe - Old-school charm will win any audience over.

Rachel Hayward - With stunning acoustic interpretations of classical pieces.

Mark Cherrie - Renowned writer/producer gets to play with his favourite band.

Caribbean Function Bands

We Be Jamminí! - click for more

We Be Jammin’! - Classic Caribbean grooves.

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Tropical Storm - A kicking steel combo quartet.

Caribbean Xpress - Quality soca and reggae with brass too!

Reggae & Ska Bands

Trenchtown Experience - click for more

Trenchtown Experience - Brilliant Bob Marley tribute band.

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XMY - As in Ex-Musical Youth of 'Pass the Dutchie' fame.

Backayard Roots - All your favourite reggae pop hits covered.

Herbert Spliffington All-Stars - Roots & ska featuring Young Satchmo.


Alexander D Great - Here in the UK he is the calypsonians' Calypsonian.

Crusoe - Tobago's most celebrated calypso writer & singer.

S. W. Storm - A party soca man to get you 'jumping up'.

Caribbean Jazz Fusion Bands

Jazz Jamaica - Ska fused with jazz - a festival favourite.

Breakfast Band - Calypso, Latin & Jazz Funk in de callaloo!

Festivo - Eclectic acoustic band where pan & violin get to share a stage!

Limbo Dancers

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Limbo dancers - Kaniki & The Shades Of Black

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Mambo Jambo - Gets down lower than anyone else (snigger ye not!)

Caribbean Carnival Dancers

Shades of Black - Lovely girls will teach you how to 'whine yuh waist'!

Mobile Bands

Pan 'Roun' Neck - They just strap on their steel pans and 'chip' (half walk/half dance) in time to their music!

Tribute Bands

Duppy Conquerors - A Bob Marley tribute that's a great alternative to the Trenchtown posse

We Be 40 - The name's not the only great thing about this tribute to the Brummie reggae-popsters

Theming Stuff

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