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Avvy
Born April 22, 1984
Origin The Bahamas
Genres Folk music
Years active 2006–present
Website avvyonline.com

Avvy (born April 22, 1984) is a young songwriter and performer contributing to the art of Bahamian folk music, and also Junkanoo and Rake-and-scrape. He received accolades for reviving native Bahamian music with innovative storytelling, upbeat rhythms and energetic performances.[1]

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Discography

  • The Best of "The Best Kept Secret", Volume 2 (August 2007)
    • Tracks: "Intro", "Roach on my Bread", "Wine Grammy Wine", "AvvyOnline", "The Fire", "The Water a.k.a. Jack and Jill", "Ghost Move", "Gimme All You Gat", "Drunk Man Sober Words", "Me and My Crew", "Outro", "Inagua Is Big Thing"
    • Writer: Avvy
    • Producer: Ira Storr and Dillian Mckenzie
  • The Best of "The Best Kept Secret", Volume 2 (September 2005)
    • Tracks: "Roach on My Bread", "Ghost Move", "Wine Grammy Wine"
    • Writer: Avvy
    • Producer: Ira Storr and Dillian Mckenzie

Performances

  • First Annual Salty Fest (Great Inagua, Bahamas), August 3-August 7, 2006 [2]
  • Bahamas Independence Concert (Nassau, Bahamas), July 10, 2006 [3]
  • The Bahamas International Music Fest (Nassau, Bahamas), June 1, 2006 [4]

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