Tony Dee was raised on a commune in Tennessee, called The Farm. While living there as a child, and later as a young man, he learned a deep respect for nature as well as for community. At the age of eight Tony had the unique experience of spending three years in Jamaica, where his family was involved in a third world outreach project. Called a ‘Plenty Project,’ this project was sponsored by Plenty, an organization originating from the Farm that provides help for underprivileged and exploited peoples’ around the world. During this very influential experience, Tony was immersed in the language, culture, and music of the Jamaican people, ultimately leading him to a musical career as a reggae artist. Sharing his musical creations and connecting with fellow humans are this artists greatest joys.