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Upcoming Shows:
  • May 27, 11AM
    NOT THE 29TH
    Redhook Brewery
    Portsmouth, NH
    Krempels/Runners Alley 10k
  • June 30, 2PM
    NARA Park, Acton, MA

We're available to play private parties, corporate functions or clubs!

For Booking or more information: booking@dellsmartexitin.com
978-815-7453

"If you like music that makes you feel good, then this is it."
- Jack Orbin, Stone City Attractions
San Antonio, TX

"a piece of Caribbean paradise"
- Caribbean Life Newspaper
New York City, NY

"Bringing reggae into the new millenium"
- Douglas Sloan, The Metronome
Boston, MA

"Nice summertime tunes with catchy vocals and some great playing"
- Stu Hamm, Bx3 / Joe Satriani
San Francisco, CA

"The band easily veers from reggaes to blues to socas to funk to keep the crowds dancing and cheering."
" The music is definitely destined to put a smile on your face."
- World Rhythm Magazine



An 8 piece band playing original Caribbean, Punta, Soca and Reggae

We are available to play clubs, private parties or corporate functions.
From small gatherings to huge crowds we always take you cruisin' the caribbean!



Available at CDBaby and iTunes


Available at CDBaby, iTunes and Great Indie

At age 12, Dell Smart started singing pop and traditional caribbean music at clubs and parties. When his family moved to L.A., they left him behind in Belize. Although they planned to move him once they could afford to, Dell just couldn't wait. With his brother, he hitchhiked through Mexico on their way to L.A., playing cantinas for food and pesos.

Once in L.A., Dell and his brothers formed "Dell and the Sensations". With the hit song "Tears On My Pillow", they gained recognition on the west coast and put Belize on the musical map. However, love moved him to the east coast where he formed Exit/In.

Dell Smart and Exit/In continue their global reach by keeping their heart open to new musical signs. Their 2006 CD, "Sure 'Ya Right" was the band's first turn in a new direction. From the blues of "Inside a Broken Heart" to the fast paced "Pomona Valley" to the reggae cover of Bob Dylan's "Knockin' On Heavens Door", they showcase their ability to write and perform in a variety of styles.

In 2008 the band expanded with the addition of a horn section to create a powerful and large sound. In 2010 they went back to the studio to record a new album of original music showcasing the new horn section. The album will should be available in summer 2011.