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Voice of Reason / Press

"Classic roots reggae has been a longtime focus for Hoonhout and Furnee, acts like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Culture and Desmond Decker. That allegiance to tradition has resulted in high-profile opening sots over the years opening for every major artist that you can think of in the Reggae world: Bunny Wailer, Burning Spear, the Itals, Culture, Ziggy Marley, The Wailers. Our music is Roots Reggae and it's all got a strong message."

“Rock and Reggae show rocks the Centennial Amphitheater Cody Finney / The Arbiter University Pulse welcomed Boise State students back to school on Saturday, with the University Pulse R&R Concert. Students gathered in the Centennial Amphitheater for the free event which was much more than the average concert. The event included a tug-of-war tournament, a water slide and free ice cream near the dorms. The theme of the evening was rock and reggae. as “reggae and hip-hop.”. Voice of Reason was the third band to play at the event. They kept the theme going with their strong reggae sound mixed with brass instrumentals. Music blasting through the amphitheater and across campus drew the attention of students passing by. I came for the music,” Koehler said. “I would like to see even more shows here with local bands and mainstream music.” Matthew Styler, coordinated the event.”

“ENTERTAINMENT • The main stage acts run the gamut from rock to Americana to jazz. Reggae rockers Voice Of Reason headline on Sept. 14, Sherpa on Sept. 15 Read more here:”

“ VOICE OF REASON REGGAE Saturday, June 2nd, 2012 @ 10PM "You love to get down with the righteous reggae vibrations of Bob Marley & the Wailers? Then you will love Boise's own Voice of Reason Reggae. The seven piece band plays some of your favorite all time reggae covers in addition a delicious mix of their own original elevating tunes. You might recall seeing them perform at the Hyde Park Street Fair, Eagle Island Experience, the Knitting Factory, and other venues around town. The band will be performing live at Liquid this Saturday, June 3rd. Liquid Laughs comedy show begins at 8PM and is followed by free reggae music from Voice of Reason. Visit www.TOentertainU.com for artist videos, links, and more information about the show." * * * VOICE OF REASON REGGAE Band Facebook PG: www.facebook.com/​voiceofreasonreggae Reverb Nation: http://​www.reverbnation.com”

“dnesday, July 11, 2012Toots and the Maytals and Voice of Reason @ the Knitting Factory (7/7/12) Voice Of Reason opens for Toots: "Local reggae group Voice of Reason opened the show and delivered a solid if unspectacular set. Of course, that was probably the idea: to acclimate the crowd and get them warmed up for the headliner. The (white, American) frontman played some nice, restrained guitar and didn't sound too ridiculous singing in a Jamaican accent. The bassist and drummer knew enough to always make their chops serve the groove. The saxophone, trumpet and trombone players all got off at least one good jazzy solo apiece but didn't get too fancy or obtrusive otherwise. Their original songs shrewdly borrowed from old-school reggae (one song lifted the intro from Culture's "See Them A Come") and then went off in their own directions. Not long after Voice of Reason wrapped up, Toots and the Maytals took the stage. The crowd roared as Toots Hibbert stepped out wearing shades,"”

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