For the Love of the Rastaman
Threepeace 'For the Love of the Rastaman' is the follow-up album to the Michigan Bands first release 'Empire of the Sun', which received World-Wide airplay and many positive reviews. 'For The Love of the Rastaman' is dedicated to the bands musical heroes Bob Marley & The Police. Threepeace tips their musical hats to the great bands with covers of Marley's 'War' & 'Roots, Rock, Reggae', and a stunning acoustic version of The Police song 'One World (Not Three). However, this album is much more than a dedication to Bob Marley & The Police. Threepeace also shows their own social conscience on songs such as 'Prince William Sound', 'Fat Cats', and the modern anthem 'Gone Away'. The song 'Lay My Life Down' with it's classic reggae rock groove is sure to become a Threepeace Classic. Threepeace is enjoying tremendous success with their first release, 'Empire of the Sun'. The album was recorded in 2005 in the town of Empire, Michigan in the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore. The bands sound is rooted in the Music of Classic Rock Bands such as The Police, U2 and Sublime, as well as a strong influence from the Reggae Rastaman himself Bob Marley. Recently this album has been featured on The Jammin'Reggae Archieves show at www.niceup.com with the Host Mike Pawka. Likewise, the band was also featured on KUAC in Fairbanks, Alaska and featured on the Round Midnight Riddims Show, with Host Alaska Jahn. This show was broadcast over about 20 repeater stations, which carried the signal into Russia. Likewise, Threepeace has been featured on www.stingus.net, A Sting Fan news site in Europe. They are the feature Artists on groups influenced by Sting and The Police on the Stingus website. The band is currently preparing for a live DVD which will be shot and edited in 2007. The DVD will feature 4 music videos from the past two Threepeace albums as well as live concert footage. Threepeace wishes to thank you for your continued support. For more information on Threepeace visit the Official Band Website at www.Threepeace.org, or on the Official Myspace Music Site at www.myspace.com/threepeacerocks.