“From reggae to soul, hip-hop to funk, jazz to salsa to African pop, they cover styles like water covers the globe."
"What sets the Tribe apart is its dazzling stylistic virtuosity. From swirling African pop to stone-cold funk to Latin grooves to reggae to soulful ballads to jazz-fusion, the band incorporates just about everything while retaining its rhythmic intensity and proud social consciousness."
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"Their stage presence is so awesome, it doesn't matter that less than a handful of soundmen (and rooms, for that matter) are able to capture what is actually happening on stage. The vibe is there, and the tunes are audible enough to figure out that this band is tighter than any band that comes through town, much less any band from town."
"A mixture of reggae, jazz, funk, rap, Latin, R&B and world beat, Unity And Diversity is a polyrhythmic ride through each genre that can be a visually rewarding experience (if you let it) as it is an aural one. Percussion drives, but never smothers the bouncing, sometimes odd-metered melodies, complete with multi-layered vocal harmonies that are so precise it's spine chilling."
"Make no mistake about it, the Tribe are the real deal."
“I could not have imagined a better experience! The capacity crowd loved you, and I was grinning like a kid the entire time."
"The main things I like about One World Tribe are the range of styles you're good at, and also the ease with which you pull it off, without appearing routine. You all appear to love playing, and it shows. It's refreshing to see a band that plays together as much as you having a good time."”
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“the "Tribe" has become Erie's favorite and arguably best band. Some say the best ever band.
"Over the years, the caliber of One World Tribe performances at the Amerimasala has always been comparable to the most outstanding artists Erie has ever seen, including PPAT registered Spoken Hand."
"The strength of the "Tribe" is the truly global mindset of the group. The members' musical expertise reaches the full spectrum."”