Austin Lyons (1956), better known as Superblue, Super Blue, and Blueboy, is a Trinidad and Tobago calypsonian, soca musician and lyricist. Born in Point Fortin, Trinidad, he became famous from his first foray into the calypso tent world in 1980 with Soca Baptist a song he penned in 1979. Soca Baptist also won him his first Carnival Road March Monarch in 1980, while giving him the biggest win at that time though the magnitude of that win would be dwarfed by his own subsequent landslide victories. He went on to win the annual Carnival Road March title eight times and the Trinidad Soca Monarch (now the International Soca Monarch) title a record 5 times.
Superblue is famous for wearing blue costumes. He developed a reputation for performing daring antics while on stage for the Trinidad Soca Monarch competitions.
Superblue's daughter Faye-Ann Lyons, whose mother is calypsonian Lady Gypsy, is herself a well-known soca musician (composer and performer), who has already at a young age won a Road March Monarch title and who performs at both local and foreign carnival events. Superblue recorded the song, Clear de Road, with Faye-Ann and they performed it together for the International Soca Monarch competition in 2004. They did not place in the top ten however. In fact since his last Soca Monarch win in 2000, Superblue has remained out of the winners' circle musically though he continues to record. His songs are still held to be classic soca compositions and he is hailed as the originator of the "jump and wave" style of soca songs.