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Band News (more headlines) 11-09-2012

Reggae Tour Serving Up Tasty Treats To Southeast

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What happens when you add a dash of smooth Philly sound with some organic reggae pop, mix in a little funk and top it off with some cool grooves? A recipe for a sweet four layer Reggae Jam Tour across college towns in the Southeast. That is what this merry of melodic forces consisting of reggae rockers Jay D Clark, Of Good Nature, Sun-Dried Vibes, and TreeHouse! will be serving up as they hit Charlotte, NC, Athens, GA, Charleston, SC, Wilmington, NC and other cities across the Southeast.

With the release of their debut album, Just Add Water, Of Good Nature has been steadily touring the east coast and pleasing audiences from Washington, DC to Charleston, SC. Honing their craft as teenagers in Charlotte, NC and Charleston, SC, Of Good Nature layers on the reggae funk fusion with their catchy melodies and funky bass-lines that will bring you to your feet craving more delicious jams.

Recently dubbed “Rock Band of The Year” by the South Carolina Music Awards, Sun-Dried Vibes has been relentlessly touring behind their debut album, Give Thanks. Sharing the stage with acts like Pepper, The Dirty Heads, and Slightly Stoopid, Sun-Dried Vibes brings a sunny, groove-filled cornucopia of reggae-rock sounds that will satisfy any hunger for good vibes.

With their cool grooves and unique blend of reggae jam rock, Reverbnation breaking artist, TreeHouse!, have been touring throughout the Southeast hosting festivals and sharing the stage with reggae veterans like Steel Pulse and The Wailers. Touring behind their self-titled debut album, TreeHouse!, and road testing a slew of new songs to take to the recording studio, TreeHouse! provides a buffet of melodies that will keep you dancing.

Playing to crowds from New York City to Florida and along the west coast, touring veteran, Jay D Clark, has been delivering warm smooth soulful grooves with catchy lyrics. Collaborating with artists like Chuck Treece and sharing the stage with acts like The Movement and The Wailers and touring behind his new album, Intelligent Design, Clark brings an array of flavorful tunes with a sweet voice.

So take a break from holiday stress and fill your belly with those dready vibes. You can find out more information about each band and tour dates on their websites.

www.OfGoodNature.com
www.TreeHousetheBand.com
www.JayDClark.com
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