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ReggaeInfinity / Press

“April, just wanted to let you know everyone very much enjoyed ReggaeInfinity at the Clemson African American Museum last night... we raised awareness of the power of this music in the Clemson area. Ras B and the guys were very professional and their sound was very smooth and tight. Everyone commented on how great they sounded. We won some converts to reggae...”

Vince Jackson - Clemson African American Museum

““April and Reggae Infinity were great, personable, and gave our college a great show.” - Blake Brown, Music and Live Chair on Campus Activites Board at Guilford College”

Blake Brown - Guilford College

“The Columbia, S.C.-based band, ReggaeInfinity, will be returning to Augusta for the second year in a row to play at the Bob Marley tribute and they should not be missed, Benjamin said. “I first heard this band in Columbia and I was struck by the authentic, rich reggae sound. It just made you feel good.” Frederick Benjamin, Tribe Media & organizer of the annual tribute to Bob Marley (Augusta, GA) ”

FREDRICK BENJAMIN - TRIBE MEDIA

“ Goombay wraps up 30th year ASHEVILLE – The 2011 edition of the African-Caribbean “Goombay!” festival once again drew hundreds of people to the Eagle/Market Streets area, the historic heart of Asheville’s black community. Each year for three days, Goombay fills Eagle and Market – also called The Block – with marching bands, African-America dancers, stilt walkers, as well as gospel, reggae and contemporary R&B singers. This year, music was also staged on the Roger McGuire Green, in the heart of City/County Plaza. Reggae Infinity helped to kick off the first day of the 2011 edition of Goombay. ”

CITY of ASHEVILLE,NC

“West Columbia, SC- The Board of Directors and PTO of the Brookland Academy Child Development Center will host its second annual auction to benefit the program year of the Brookland Academy. This event will take place at the Brookland Banquet and Conference Center, 1066 Sunset Blvd., West Columbia, SC October 23 at 6.00 pm.The theme for this event is: Celebrating the Children through the Beat of the Drum. Featured entertainment for the evening will be Reggae Infinity, and the Brookland Banquet and Conference Center will cater this event with a Caribbean Island flavor!Once again,”

Brookland Academy - Brookland Academy 2nd Annual Silent and Live Auction
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