The star Carol Anthony, who usually goes by the name Havana when making appearances at clubs, pubs and clubs is said to be “so excited” about her upcoming self-multiplication. With the latest portfolio-expanding move, Havana is set to also simultaneously become Roxine, D-Vyne and Miss-Tiqkue as well as Bri-Anna, ShaMonique, Crystiqque, Blueesha, Charlayne, Chantaoone, Biryani and Ckhrizzstyne. She will also assume two new personas to cover the burgeoning UK folk resurgence & vintage market, playing support to Lindisfarne and Jethro Tull this August in Norwich as Jedrique, Hoe-Down and Barnique the Hay Balin’ Butter Churnin’ Gut Bucket Whizz.
“Crystiqque is a party girl” revealed the beautiful and famous Anthony “whereas Blueesha, – even though she is a club chick – has more of a chillout vibe to her. Charlayne is a more of a ‘in-da-club’ kinda chick whereas D-Vyne just wants to dance it up ‘in da club’ with the girls at the club. So now there’s a whole range of myselfs to choose from” she further tantalisingly divulged.
“Carol will be opening a Carey’s Tool Hire garage unit with sales hatch at the small Clonmellon industrial estate behind the old Spar” stated the star’s manager Fabio Pumpkin “and will appear as either D-Vyne or Charlayne at that, which should be really exciting”
“I hope it’s D-Vyne but it really depends on the vibe on the day, and the crowd – and how they are vibing” he added.
If you miss it you can catch her as Miss-Tiqkue in two weeks’ time when she’ll be making a fantastic appearance at the opening of a nearby cherry-picker & industrial sander rental facility in Ballybarna by the staff entrance to the old Homestead shop now run by Mary Meara’s son Brian and his wife.