One Two Tree
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One Two Tree

Santa Barbara, California, United States

Santa Barbara, California, United States
Band World Reggae




""They sound like Santa Barbara feels!""

If I were to make a list of things that make me happy, two things that would be on my list would be Reggae music and Santa Barbara, California.

So, you get the Reggae part. But why Santa Barbara, California?

It in itself is beautiful and inviting. But for me it is extra perfect because my wife and I got married on the beach there. In fact we used to live in Ventura County.

So the combination of Reggae and Santa Barbara together just conjur thoughts of pure bliss.

Enter the Santa Barbara Reggae band...One Two Tree. - Eclectic, Inc.

""The best reggae music in town, hands down""

Thursday, July 14, 2011
Reggae Wednesday's Revisited: 1twotree

For the last three years, my boy Jeffa and his group 1twotree have been plugging the Santa Barbara scene with the best reggae music in town. Hands down.
On what's likely to be my last visit to Sandbar's Reggae Wednesday, I had to come check out 1twotree perform live before my move to San Francisco.
"We'll be up there soon," Mr. Vegas said after the show.
1twotree keeps crowds skankin' with a flurry of original hits like "Downtown", "Troy's song" and "Run" and also perform hit covers from UB40, Fiji and Pepper.
When not working with 1twotree, drummer Antoine Richardson and bassist/vocalist Gavin Thompson work alongside Andrew Bees of the internationally acclaimed Reggae group Black Uhuru.
Though the band resides in Santa Barbara, their musical diversity stems everywhere from the Hawaiian Islands, to the South American coast, to the shores of New Jersey.
For nothing but soulful, pure, unfiltered reggae, 1twotree gives it to you live and direct - from the roots up.

Check them out at for new releases, bios and tour information. - SIZE 10


Still working on that hot first release.



ONE TWO TREE... Sweet, soulful, rootsy, and addicting is the best way to describe this group of talented musicians. With their enchanting vocals, stylish mixes, and intoxicating grooves, it's impossible to see one of their performances without swaying to the music.

The group, based on the west coast of California in beautiful Santa Barbara, currently boasts a great set of musicians. Some, doing double duty as current members of the internationally acclaimed reggae group, Black Uhuru with Andrew Bees. Now if that doesn't say talent, I don't know what does!

Although the band resides in Santa Barbara, their roots stem from the Hawaiian Islands, to the South American coast, and all the way out to the shores of Jersey. Utilizing this flavorful mix of cultures, these musicians know how to hold down a reggae groove (as in the song Downtown), and they also know when to let the music explode (as in the song Run).

If your mind, body, and soul are in need of a tropical island vacation, then you must come groove to the magical sounds of ONE TWO TREE!