Safety Orange
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Safety Orange

San Diego, California, United States | INDIE

San Diego, California, United States | INDIE
Band Rock Reggae


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"Hopped Off The Stage"

Sol Turpin (with bass), lead singer of the band Safety Orange, hopped off the stage to run along with runners down Ingraham Street - -Union Tribune - San Diego, CA

"We Loved Them"

Safety Orange was a huge hit! Crowd loved them, we loved them - Jim Hall- Producer/ Founder, Port of Los Angeles Lobsterfest (Mar 12, 2010)

"Troll Rock High"

San Diego’s Safety Orange has been making a mark on the surf, rock, reggae genre and filling up rooms with good times and good music for over 6 years! 2010 finds them continuing to expand their fanbase with a rejuvenated sound and sense of what they are supposed to be doing. Avid surfers themselves, the sound is reggae rock beach lifestyle oriented mixing high-energy guitar riffs with downtempo reggae rhythms. They have two albums and performances at everything from X Games to opening slots with Sprung Monkey, Blink 182, and Buck o Nine. Following the path of the digital music age, they will be releasing singles throughout the year featuring multiple remixes of each song from some of the top names in the music game. Don’t miss their incredible live show! You will not be disappointed! Record Label: Wabasa Records/ Jackhammer Movement It’s like…Windansea at 4-5ft and glassy. Classic. For more info check out: - laneta Surf La Revista (May 01, 2010)

"Thank You"

Dear Sol, Thank you so much for your participation in the 2010 Rock'n'Roll San Diego Marathon. This event could not have been the enormous success that it was without Safety Orange's enthusiastic and delightful performance. We had 30,000 runners and record numbers of spectators plus tons of positive feedback from the racing community regarding the music. - Carolyn & Michelle, Entertainment Solutions Inc. (Jun 17, 2010)

"OB Point Loma performers may score huge in SD Music Awards"

Bassist Sol Turpin has now been nominated twice in the “Best Tribute Band” category with the Sublime tribute act of 40 Oz. To Freedom and the Cure tribute combo The Cured, though he recently left both to concentrate on his own band, Safety Orange. Turpin also performed at the awards ceremony in 2002, backing his younger sisters, Anna and Lindsey Troy. “The [San Diego] Music Awards? They’re a good thing,” Turpin said. “It lets people know that some of the bigger bands out there are from here, and helps newer groups get noticed. It adds hype to the scene — in a good way — putting extra focus on the musicians from the area. It can’t hurt. Read more: San Diego Community News Group - OB Point Loma performers may score huge in SD Music Awards - BART MENDOZA , (Sep 08, 2010)

"Cover This"

Turpin really lets loose. The difference is that in this case he’s playing his own music, a radio-friendly mix of new wave and pop punk. Fans of either category approve, but if you like tunes that have equal parts adrenaline and melody, you’ll want to hear Safety Orange. - Bart Mendoza, Beach and Bay Press (Aug 05, 2010)


Still working on that hot first release.



The Band was started as a fun after Surf activity. After a couple house parties it became a lifetime passion. Through the years the band has always stayed true to the original fun beach vibe. Beach Rock! A blend of rock, reggae, rap, punk, ska and anything else that you love to rock out to. The line up is Sol on vocals and bass; Greg on Guitar; Eric on Drums. New music is always on the way, but in the mean time please check out what we've recorded and spread the love.

Rock on!