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Selah Dubb / Press

“Fifteen years strong, Selah Dubb got its start in the High Country...And now the outfit, which calls itself a roots reggae dance band, tours all over...Add in dance styles and modern flavors, and you have an island sound that’s all about the heart.”

“Once splitting their time between the mountains and the coast, Selah Dubb has now officially relocated to Wrightsville Beach. It’s a good move. Wrightsville is an ideal base for the trio, who is setting out to spread their “high-energy roots reggae” up and down the coastline. Dubb-heads will not be disappointed.”

“Their “Sublime meets Bob Marley” sound never fails to capture the audience. This dynamic trio has made quite an impression on the Wilmington music scene and all the locals look forward to seeing them around town.”

“It's certainly a relief there's a band of this caliber in the Carolinas dedicated to pleasing our live music needs on a year-round basis. And what makes them even cooler than their Beach Boys coverband counterparts is that these reggae ambassadors really surf!"”

"Let the cool sounds of Selah Dubb soothe your soul..."

"Selah Dubb aspires to spread unity and positivity... It's quite the big message for this little band. However, with just three members, Selah Dubb still manages a large sound. Popularly dubbed the "lean and mean trio," the band is known for its efficiency, power and compactness as a touring band."

"Our main thing is peace, love and unity and that's really what we like to spread as much as we can. As hokey as that sounds, it's really what the world needs. Hopefully you can lean on the music and realize there's good in the world; there's love in the world."

"Touring up and down the East Coast while reaping the rewards of the burgeoning live music scene, the band's rock steady beats and positive vibes were catching on far beyond the Boone town limits, regardless of who joined the charismatic frontman on stage."

"Coastal North Carolina is a region that breathes the reggae feel, and one stellar reggae band that calls this area its summer home is Selah Dubb."