Music & Me: Fred Ruddick, 6ix Toys
Friday 12 November 2010
6ix Toys are a funk-laced seven-piece band based in Liverpool. Check out their eponymous debut album to hear why they are rapidly gaining acclaim as one of the hottest acts around.
The first record I bought was...
“Supertramp” by Supertramp.
The first gig I went to was...
My favourite album is...
"Hey Man, Smell My Finger" by George Clinton
But my parents always liked...
I couldn’t marry someone who liked...
Bush - the band
In the studio I like to wear...
I’d love to have on my show...
One thing that must change in the music industry is...
A great album cover is...
"Electric Ladyland" by the Jimi Hendrix Experience
On my iPod I listen most to...
"Give an Example" by No Fakin DJs
If I could have written any song it would have been...
The French National Anthem, it seems to work
The worst song I’ve heard is...
Jemini – “Cry Baby” (It got zero points in the 2003Eurovision Song Contest)
6ix Toys have just got back from Shanghai where they performed “No Drama - The Liverpool Anthem” with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra at the World Expo. The track was created with Sir Paul McCartney to represent the Liverpool Pavilion.
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