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Soul inSanity / Press

“This is pretty cool: local “funk rockestra” Soul inSanity is playing Bonnaroo – which is this week! OK, maybe not “playing Bonnaroo” in the sense that, say , Arcade Fire or Buffalo Springfield are “playing Bonnaroo,” but it’s still quite notable. Check out the details that the band’s manager sent me:”

“Quick update to the listing for April 1 over at the Hard Rock from Justin of Soul Insanity: Four local funk groups are being featured at the concert. Beebs and Her Money Makers, the Family Gang, Soul inSanity and the Funky Presidents featuring Kaleigh Baker have each been given 1000 free tickets to distribute to their fans. For each free admission with ticket, Hard Rock will donate $1 to the Japanese Red Cross. These Livewire shows are always a good opportunity for local bands to strut their stuff in a larger (if sometimes less-than-filled) venue; with this move on behalf of Hard Rock, it’s also a good opportunity for the bands (and their fans) to help some folks that really need it. Hit up the bands on their Facebook page/websites for info on how to get your tickets.”

“Soul inSanity: Put the holiday tunes on mute and have a musical Monday at The Social with Soul inSanity, a funk rockestra from Central Florida that blends the musical genres of jazz, funk, pop and punk into dance jams. The band recently was nominated for Unique Artist of the Year and won first place at the 10th Annual DeLand Original Music Festival, beating out eight other bands. Soul inSanity will be joined by The Sonic Explosion and YugoSKAvia. Mon., Dec. 20, 7pm; $10 54 N. Orange Ave.; 407-246-1419”

“Fans proved to be insane for Soul inSanity, a band with four UCF students, which recently won the Unique Artist of the Year award at the DeLand Music Festival. With their unique sound, Soul inSanity seeks to do one thing with their music— to change the world. "Music brings people together and we use that to make positive changes in the world," Tonner said.”

“Later, I spent time at the main stage by the steps of the historic Volusia County Courthouse and heard Soul InSanity, a high-energy Winter Park-based band with a tight horn section. A band that also requires a handful of hyphens to describe. Kind of an alternative-jazz-funk-ska-pop group that also features banjo playing but was listed in the program as "Funk/Rock/Pop."”