Six Towns One City Carnival 2010

Up to date news on this years Six Towns One City Carnival

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Blackout JA confirmed as an act at the Six Towns One City Carnival

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Another act has been confirmed for the Six Towns One City Carnival main stage.

Complementary to other reggae acts Abelwell and Disciples, Blackout JA and his dynamic performance may confuse you into thinking you’ve taken a left onto Hanley Park stepped into the Caribbean .

His approach to music is considered revolutionary, he using his music as a tool to fight oppression and set the captives free and to educate and entertain.

His previous successes have included working alongside international starts like Sly and Robbie.

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.44 Pistol – blues with a kick!

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With an already massive following across the Midlands .44 Pistol are bound to draw in a decent sized crowd at this years Six Towns One Carnival event.

Formed only two years ago in Stafford, they’ve already hit the 10,000 mile mark touring around the UK at various gigs and festivals.

With a early Kings of Leon sound, and style the band themseves discribe  as “Mississippi Fred McDowell meets the White Stripes” the main stage is sure to be dripping with Cajun charm.

Abelwell Foundation to grace the Six Towns One Carnival Main Stage

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This three piece are definitely going to being a few smiles to the attendees of the Six Towns One City Carnival.

There’s no backing tracks here, with a full live backing band with the whole nine yards, drums, guitars a few saxophones (you know how it goes) all topped of with some really refined vocal, you’ll kick your self if you miss out on this act.

With a mix of original work and covers, there’ll be something for everyone.

Take a look  at one of the band many proir performances and take a sneak peek of whats to come.

Make sure you get down to the main stage in plenty of time to see these guys (and bring your rastacap if you’ve got one!)

Six Towns One Carnival welcomes The Phoenix Band

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With venues like The Underground and The SugarMill in the heart of the cities center, it wouldn’t be right for a event featuring live music in our fair city not to feature at least one decent indie rock band.

Worry not. Our third act to be confirmed for the Main Stage at the Six Towns One City comes in the form of The Phoenix Band.

This instrumental six piece discribe there sound as, “space age intergalactic psychedelic folk, rock, country, beat and funk backed by many a tasty sample.”

Check out there sound, and judge for yourself on the The Phoenix Band’s MySpace page

When these guys grace the stage, you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference between Hanley Park and the heady summer delights of Glastonbury.


A stage for a (N-)Star!

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We’ve confirmed another act for our Main Stage at this year’s Six Towns One City Carnival event.

After getting kicking started with the energy of Akeem Jovani’s performance, you can give yourself a bit of a rest and relax some smooth R’n’B courtesy of young solo performer N-Star.

With a style that heavily features mellow rap over R’n’B rhythms, talking about love, life and sorrow and laugher.

Check out some of N-Stars’ tracks over on his YouTube page and don’t forget to subscribe to the blog and keep in touch via the Six Towns One Carnival  Twitter to be the first to know about new acts performing at the event.

Caribbean twist – brought to you by Akeem Jovani

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Stoke-on-Trent may be a good few thousand miles away from Kingston Jamaica, but that doesn’t stop us from enjoying some live music with a reggae influence.

If the past few days are anything to go by, the summer time  sadly on it’s way out. We’re hoping that Akeem Jovani’s performance on our main  stage will entice the sun out.

Performing on a regular bases in night club hot spots around the country, Akeem will definatly not disappoint.

With influences,  from artists such as Elephant Man, Beenine Man and Vybz Kartel, we’re pretty much guaranteed a lively performance.

Make sure you stretch your legs around the various stalls and spaces we’ve got around the site before heading over to the main stage. We don’t want you pulling anything whilst grooving around to this guy.

Check out some of Akeem’s work on YouTube, and don’t forget to subscribe to this blog.