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To our faithful listeners,

We've decided to formally shutdown thesixtyone.com -- our servers will go offline at midnight, May 1st 2017.

Artist tipping and music purchases will be functional until then, so please spend any remaining credits by month's end. 
A final payment will be made to artists following the shutdown.

thesixtyone was our baby for most of our twenties. We're incredibly sorry we weren't able to keep things going in the 
right direction.


Thank you for being a part of it.


James Miao & Samuel Hsiung

Carey West

pop     183 listeners


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Travel Light is available from CDBaby
posted 8 years ago
The story of Carey West continues to unfold with her latest release - “Travel Light”. A collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Jeff Wilson, the collection reveals the duo’s diverse musical influences, drawing on bhangra, reggae, jazz, R&B;, and folk to explore themes that hit close to the heart.

West is a celebrated Toronto fixture with over a decade of fronting bands such as The Millionaires, The Liquidaires and The Jeremiahs.

West claims several high profile performances to her credit including broadcast performances on CBC Radio One, live appearances at Harbourfront’s TO Twang Fest, Dundas Square and Nathan Phillips Square, and a residency at The Old York tavern.

Together West’s personal history and emerging career weave an evolving story of hard times, battles won and lost, thriving musical communions and deep affection and love for the many who have touched her soul through it all.

Carey West’s new album, Travel Light, was awarded funding from the Ontario Arts Council and is set for release early 2008. It's available for purchase from:


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mstksg (level 24) wrote:
wow, this is so amazing. thank you so much for sharing your great music with t61!
7 years ago
HuGoXii (level 1) wrote:
k for one, her voice is pumped through a machine and yes it sounds cool but it's not her voice. good song in my opinion screw the voice..
7 years ago
kweinberg (level 35) wrote:
Great Music and a Beautiful Voice!
7 years ago
Mimimimimi (level 41) wrote:
awesome voice - sweet sound!
9 years ago
SallySilvera (level 40) wrote:
Congrats on making the home page!!
9 years ago
Raine (level 34) wrote:
Your voice is beautiful.
9 years ago
vonstroepp (level 40) wrote:
Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!! I can't wait to hear more - I'll bang my drim for you anytime. Good Luck!
9 years ago
mattynabib (level 39) wrote:
Welcome to t61, Carey - I already can tell that you are going to be a wonderful addition to the family (and if you make a "buy" link available, you will probably sell some albums/tunes as well!)

Thanks for taking a chance on social media and web 2.0 in the name of art. We the listeners really appreciate it!
9 years ago
Claudialistens (level 15) wrote:
Great songs!
9 years ago
Glenn Case wrote:
Welcome to thesixtyone. You're great.

You might consider spacing out your uploads a bit from this point. It gives people time to absorb the songs you have uploaded, it gives listeners a chance to add your songs to their playlists, and it also allows listeners to gain some points back so they can bump your songs more.

I've seen great artists upload a bunch of songs in the same day only to see the later uploads neglected. When people add your songs to their playlists, they get notification when you upload a new song, and you can maximize that by giving people a chance to hear you.


Glenn Case
9 years ago
FlashG (level 13) wrote:
I guess a snowy day like it is n Toronto today is a good time to explore a new place to get your music out. Welcome!
9 years ago