“The Get Right Band’s new album, dropping Aug. 5, is called “Who’s in Charge?” It’s a fair question, at least as it applies to the music on the album. There are gritty rockers, spacy Pink Floydian interludes, feel-good jam-band tunes and some pretty heavy wigged-out funk. In other words, it’s exactly the kind of all-influences-welcome music that the band has aimed to make since the beginning.”
“They were the musical highlight of an already music-filled evening’s entertainment at the 2016 Music Video Asheville awards program, and no less a figure than former Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre gave them the opening spot on his recent Asheville date. They’re hard to classify, combining elements of jazz and funk into a rock-based sound, but they’re too tight and melodic for the “jam band” tag to fit them.”
“In compiling my thoughts on this album, I find myself thinking this is one of the more impressive albums I have ever heard in my 5 years of reviewing albums for Home Grown. This album is dazzling in presentation and execution, drawing from all sorts of musical moods and genres, and seamlessly tying them together in production.”
“If you want to have FUN at a concert, smiling until you think your face will crack, go see The Get Right Band. I doubt you’ll be sorry you did.”
“Depending on the moment — and in response to the mood of the audience — the band plays an energized string of reggae, funk, ska, rock and dance songs all designed to keep the party rolling.”
“Blending styles with the perfect composition of funk and rock, this three-piece knows how to get a crowd moving.”
“The Get Right Band warmed up the stage for Marco Benevento on Saturday, but the local trio performed like a headlining act — all energy and swagger.”
"The intuitive playing of The Get Right Band is built on the since-childhood musical match of Silas and bassist Jesse Gentry fulfilled by the addition of drumming by Jian-Claude Mears."
“The new album (Bass Treble Angel Devil) has hints of garage rock, jam band, ’70s funk, low-down dirty blues and groovy jazz, all wound around lyrics about love, fun, life, pretty guitars and even swampy Florida.”
“As a mere three-piece, the mountain boys, ahem, “get it right” in their mastery of funk rhythms that fill out their groove and keep the crowd captivated.”
"....sophisticated island grooves and R&B and funk that recalls, at turns, classics from The Staple Singers and Stevie Wonder, the band’s versatility shines through."
"Asheville’s Get Right Band spent the summer doing what it loves — playing live shows, not just around here but up and down the East Coast."
"Prepare for fun. When The Get Right Band takes the stage, an infectious, danceable blend of funk, rock, reggae and just plain unique sounds will fill the room."
"In addition to featuring The Get Right Band's signature blend of funk, rock, and reggae, the new album (Bass Treble Angel Devil) also includes elements of folk, pop, blues, and jazz. It's high-energy tunes have bold yet witty lyrics that touch on a range of such topics as the joys and challenges of friendship and love."
"Some music was meant for late summer’s heat—ska and reggae in particular. Bass Treble Angel Devil, the newest offering from Asheville-based funk-rock-reggae trio The Get Right Band, fits that bill."
"The record (Bass Treble Angel Devil) is a blending of many different styles, from rock, blues, funk and reggae."
"Durocher and Gentry were always into funk and classic rock and roll, but also enjoyed different types of music."
"'Shake' [The Get Right Band's debut album] is fun, full of energy and excitement, and should be listened to with the volume turned all the way up."
“Festival bookers, put these guys on your radar, they’re undeniably talented and they know how to throw a party! They are tailor-made for summer music festivals.”
“Hip-shakin', earthquakin' pure funk fun. What more could you want from 5 songs?”
“Never playing the same set and rarely evoking the same emotion, The Get Right Band knows the importance of feeding off its audience in order to connect with the listeners.”
“When Asheville’s The Get Right Band takes to the Phoenix Lounge stage Saturday, Feb. 16, they’ll bring with them a palpable sense of energy. Fresh from a tour of the U.S. Virgin Islands and with their first album less than a week away, the 9 p.m. show will feature the three-piece rock group at arguably the most exciting junction of their career thus far.”
“When members of Asheville, N.C.'s The Get Right Band hit the stage they have one fun objective. “We're trying to make it where people can't help but dance,” said guitarist and vocalist Silas Durocher.”
“Asheville-based funksters The Get Right Band is returning to Charleston following the release of their first album, Shake. The Get Right Band are no strangers to Charleston, having developed quite a fan base here.”
"Shake" showcases why The Get Right Band is such a popular live act--quite simply... they're never boring and they're easy to dance to. It's accessible, fun, and always changing. The songs on "Shake" are wildly assorted in their styles, but still rally around a common musical outlook. It's impressive how much ground TGRB covers in showcasing what they're about.
“The Get Right Band is a three-piece with the musical energy and power of The Police.”
“The Get Right Band’s members have decades of friendship and more genres than they can count informing their sound. With new EP, Shake, they’ve polished their party vibe.”
“Their new EP 'Shake' demonstrates a tasty mix of funk, reggae, rock, solid songwriting, and hip-swinging selections that leaves the listener thirsty for more from this three-piece group.”
“Boone Saloon will be moving and grooving to the funk rock reggae sounds of The Get Right Band.”