Corwin "Bookie" Carty is a celebrated singer from the beautiful island of Anguilla. His musical journey began at the tender age of 10 with the Rebels Band. This journey was sparked in 1988 after his victory at the Prince and Princess show for Stoney Ground Primary School.

With the Rebels Band, Corwin performed alongside international acts such as Tony Rebel, Superman, and Spiderman, gaining early exposure to the music industry. In 1995, he recorded his first track, "Reach for the Stars," with Vito Band, featured on the album "Everything Copperset."

By 1998, Vito Band had evolved into Better Band, becoming a household name in Anguilla and internationally. With Better Band, Corwin achieved significant milestones, including winning several road marches, notably with the hit song "Jamarobics."

Corwin's talent has taken him to various global stages, including the UK, Atlanta, Miami, St. Thomas, St. Croix, St. John, the British Virgin Islands, Statia, St. Kitts and Nevis, and Trinidad. He has performed alongside renowned groups such as Burning Flames, Jam Band, Seventeen Plus, and Machel Montano.

In 2005, Corwin transitioned to Better Band Movements, frequently touring until 2010, when the group evolved into De Movements Band. Today, he continues to captivate audiences, performing with his ensemble, Bookoe and the Crew.

Beyond his musical endeavors, Corwin serves as a Brand Ambassador for Flow Telecommunications Company and is an active member of the non-profit Rey Hill Community Club.

Corwin Bookie Carty’s enduring passion for music and his contributions to the community have cemented his status as a beloved figure in the Anguillan and international music scene.