The sound of "The Kennedy Soundtrack" has been honed from a mixture of rap/rock and hip-hop a combination of all that on paper shouldn't work, but in reality its one of the most infectious sounds you will hear. The band come from South East Wales, Blackwood, Pontypool, Caldicot and Risca, they met at a local college where they were studying music or in Nic's case drama and getting stoned (He failed drama, but got a degree in stonedology). The band formed in the Autumn of 1999 and played shitty pub and club gigs in the valleys and in Newport , writing great songs and generally having fun. 2000 saw the band change they experimented with musical styles, adding members (and taking them away again) and stepping up a league on the music circuit. They began to play London, with their first gig in "The Sound Republic" on Leicester Square, since then they have played London many times with only one bad gig (We'll talk of that one more a little later). The year just got better with gigs at "The Big Weekend" Cardiff, and the opening slot on the Carling Premier Stage at Reading Festival on the Sunday afternoon. The band are constantly gigging, and when they aren't they are either rehearsing or writing new material. A Kennedy Soundtrack gig is an emotional experience. A kind of musical roller coaster ride, guaranteed to excite, and always giving you value for money, a smile on your face and a feelgood factor as you leave the gig. If you've been to a gig you'll know what I mean, if you haven't then I suggest that you look in the gig listing to find out when they are near you and go and see them. The band are Nic Havard:- rapper, Dave Challenger:- vocals and lead guitar, Rob Giles:-guitar and effects, Elliot Blake:- Bass and backing vocals, and finally Troy Marshall:- Drums. The band have written their own biogs by way of an introduction, if you meet them don't be shy, they are the most approachable band in the world, just buy them their favourite drink and chill out.