— Sun-Dried Vibes (@sundriedvibes) April 8, 2014
Any success story to come out of the Holy City’s music scene is one to be savored, and that goes for the guys over at James Island’s Oceans Industries Studios, too. They recently recorded the new album from Rock Hill’s reggae rockers Sun-Dried Vibes, which surfed right to the top of iTunes’ Reggae Chart mere moments after its April 8 release. As of April 10, their second full-length album Back2Square1 was sitting pretty at No. 6 on the chart.
“We are truly honored and humbled by the initial success of Back2Square1,” Sun-Dried vocalist Zach Fowler says. “It is a blessing and a dream come true.” If you didn’t catch the band’s April 12 release show at the Brickhouse, you can still raise a glass (or plastic cup) with them at the Music Farm on May 1. Sun-Dried Vibes will support The Movement.
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