Da Tree men are a BVI-based band, started by Tree men who all currently work together for Pusser’s. The band has a growing list of cover music and original songs. Reggae, rock, country, jazz and more.
Da Tree Men will also be making their debut at the FULL MOON PARTYÂ at Bomba’s Surfside Shack in Tortola on July 26th.
Adam Dell on guitar is from New York. Michael Daniels plays the tubs and hails from Knoxville Tennessee. Pier Parkins, the Jamaican gentleman from Jamaica on Bass.
Additional players include Steve Butcher on the couch, captain Bob on the mouth organ and other guests that show up at random and play. The group is in the process of recording an album called “Songs of The BVI”.
Da Tree Men have made their mp3 song “Jost Van Dyke : Tropical Paradise” available for FREE DOWNLOAD today in honor of the 40th Anniversary of The Soggy Dollar bar, which is mentioned in the song. Click the image to the left of this text to download the mp3. Drop Da Tree Men a comment on the YouTube Page if you like the song.
The group first performed their new song, Jost Van Dyke at The Elm Beach Bar in Cane Garden Bay on July 4th, 2010.
“Dey play fa tree hours, dey play tree sets, dem make tree hundred dollahs… a note.. and oh yeah there’s 5 o dem.”
This song is calledÂ “Jost van Dyke.” It was written by Adam C. Dell of Da Tree Men. Jost Van Dyke is one of the islands in the British Virgin Islands and home to Soggy Dollar Bar, the inspiration for the song.
Da Tree Men debuted the song at The Elm in Cane Garden Bay on Tortola July 4, 2010.