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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States
Rock Reggae


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"Reggae/Indie Band 'TreeHouse!" Making Waves in South Carolina"

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina’s TreeHouse! is making big waves in the Southeast with their fresh take on what modern hit reggae based music should sound like. This three piece and sometimes up to five member band is comprised of Jeremy Anderson on Vocals/Guitar, Matt Link on Bass, and Trey Moody on percussion. TreeHouse! has been playing since 2010 and is known as one of the most relentless performers in their area playing at least 150 performances a year ranging from 1-2 hour sets of original tracks to 4 hour sets containing a variety of originals and covers.

TreeHouse! – Self Titled Album by TreeHouseTheBand

They have established themselves as extremely hardworking and it shows through with set lists that have nothing short of an exceptionally high level of musicianship in them showing that the band takes nothing but pride in providing the best possible live show every single time they take the stage. TreeHouse! has been playing to rave reviews from critiques and fans alike in turn helping them to solidify themselves as one of South Carolina’s hottest up and coming music acts.

Currently the band is offering select free downloads via their Facebook’s Reverbnation page app in which you can simply pick up an mp3 via sharing the band’s page. It includes such songs as “It Is What It Is (Que Sera), Irie Smiles, and Déjà vu. The band really strives to not be pigeonholed into the singular genre of reggae, they are incredibly versatile and have backgrounds that span from rock to pop which help lend to the elaborate textures of sound that is the final product they produce.

TreeHouse! is on the rise in popularity through not only a local fanbase but international as well, seeing fans stretching across the globe via their infectious sound. Any fan of reggae or ska would take an instant liking and guaranteed have an amazing experience at an upcoming show or just simply enjoy TreeHouse! via their mp3 player.

You can find more info about TreeHouse! at their Facebook page and/or their ReverbNation page. The band always welcomes booking opportunities and would love to do an interview for your blog or publication. - Guitarist Nation

"All Work and All Play for Reggae Rockers TreeHouse!"

Alternative reggae-rock band, TreeHouse! performs 150+ shows a year all over the Southeast at festivals, conferences, benefits, house parties, and every kind of venue or event in between with acts like The Wailers, SOJA, The Movement, Ballyhoo, Savi Fernandez Band, Hor!zen, Jah Works, and more. Treehouse! are a truly independent unit in every sense of the word. Last year they incorporated the business aspect of the band called TreeHouse Music, LLC. This parent company acts as their label, management, booking, ect., with Jeremy playing most roles. They put out their first album independently and will release the 2nd under their newly formed business label. This three-piece reggae rock outfit consisting of vocalist-guitarist Jeremy Anderson, bassist Matt Link and drummer Trey Moody, recently shared their views with Rick Jamm in an exclusive interview.

Reggae rock outfit – Treehouse!
1. How long have you been doing what you’re doing and how did you get started in the first place?

Jeremy Anderson: I’ve been involved in this continuous process for 17 years. All the singing, songwriting, and guitar-playing that lead me to the point I am currently at started 7 years ago. A good starting point would be when I was 8 years old. I took piano lessons for four years and gained a grasp on the theory of making music. I picked up trumpet, then bass guitar, then guitar, and I’ve been singing and humming tunes since I can remember. I’ve been in some kind of rock band off and on for over 10 years now, so I’m blessed to have had my younger years to figure out most of the do’s and don’ts of this music business. When I was 18, I picked up guitar more often and wrote some of the first pieces that eventually lead to the project I’m doing now, TreeHouse!

Matt Link: I’ve been playing music since I was 14. I am going on 26 this year so, about 11 or 12 years. I was in a car accident that disallowed me to play sports. While recovering in a neck brace I picked up bass and guitar. Falling in love with music I went from there.

Trey Moody: Been playing drums for 12 years, signed up for it in school.

2. Who were your first musical influences that you can remember?

Jeremy Anderson: As a child, I picked up a lot of Golden Oldies from my parents. I used to have a jukebox piggie bank that played “Runaround Sue”! So, Elvis, The Beatles, and The Monkees were my first influences. My older sister, Kelley, exposed me to the indie rock of Pavement. One of my first CDs was the self-titled Sublime album.

Matt Link: My first musical influences were NOFX, Sublime, Grateful Dead, and any classic rock from the 60's and 70's. A big, diverse variety.

Trey Moody: Travis Barker, Joey Jordison, Mike Portnoy

3. How do you handle 150+ shows a year and how, when and where do you get time to rehearse and write new music?

Jeremy Anderson: Performing in TreeHouse! is my full-time job, along with managing, booking, and promoting the band. I handle over 150 shows a year because I know this is what we have to do to get where we are determined to be. I want the world to see that our passion in our work ethic is equal to the passion that we put into our music. With this rigorous schedule, our songwriting process is quite unique. We haven’t had a scheduled rehearsal in months, yet we’ve come out with a powerhouse of up to 10 new songs since our debut album was released. Often, when we have a longer set to fill or a more intimate crowd, I will bring out an idea I have been working on with just enough structure to it, and we basically dub it, jam it, and wing it all together. Somehow, after 3 or 4 times of this process, the song fills itself out with nuances, changes, dynamics, and soul. This makes me feel very reverent for our song-writing process, as I feel that we are like conduits receiving and relaying a message from the energies around and within us, divined through a natural process.

Matt Link: I have two of my best friends in the world to handle it with. It is difficult to find time to practice. Jeremy is a genius when it comes to song writing. A lot of our music was written and practiced on the road. We have a talent of stepping up to the plate and just jammin it out till it feels right.

Trey Moody: This is all I do, it’s easy. We don’t have time to practice, we practice on stage.

4. How do you integrate your professional life with your private life? Do you find time for families, partners and friends?

Jeremy Anderson: My life is a constant juggling act, and I love it for the time being. Right now, there is not much distinction between my private life and my professional life. I spend most of my time performing, and when I’m not doing that, I’m at home at my command station, booking, promoting, outreaching, etc. I have found that there is never an end to this process, there is always more to be done. Right now, most of my time is consumed in what it takes to get this band and this business up and going on its own, - Jamsphere


Still working on that hot first release.



"Pushing the limits of reggae music far beyond the conventional boundaries set by mainstream sources, TreeHouse! brings a collection of boombastic tunes...The album contains a plethora of cool reggae vibes, flanked by soulful rock vocals and guitars..."
- I Am Entertainment Magazine

Mission Statement: The ambition of TreeHouse! is to unite all peoples into a positive way-of-being, either through bright, laid-back, catchy lyrics and hooks, or through a fundamental message in the music that goes beyond the capacity of words. The band believes that rhythms and melodies are magical elements with the power to affect people on several levels, from the surface to the core, from one's current mood to one's entire worldview and belief system, so TreeHouse! holds its musical capabilities in high reverence and respect for their upmost sacred use. The band strives not only to perpetuate a message of positivity within its music, but also within its actions, as the band is being steadily more empowered to lend its support and effort to benefits and charities. The ultimate goal of TreeHouse! is to make the world a better place. Join us!