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listen1. If You Really Love MeWonderful! 5:57$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen2. A Deeper BlueFolk Music 7:37$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen3. I Thought About YouFolk Music 9:21$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen4. Jesus Children Of AmericaWonderful! 5:56$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen5. It Ain't No UseWonderful! 6:47$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen6. You Haven't Done Nothin'Wonderful! 7:29$0.99  Buy MP3 
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listen8. AsWonderful! 5:25$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen9. Goin' To TownGoin' To Town: Live At The Green Mill 8:05$0.99  Buy MP3 
listen10. No Hype BluesGoin' To Town: Live At The Green Mill 9:10$0.99  Buy MP3 
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Formed: 1992 (22 years ago)


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The Deep Blue Organ Trio began officially performing under that moniker in 2000, even though Hammond B-3 organist Chris Foreman, drummer Greg Rockingham, and guitarist Bobby Broom had known each other since the '80s, playing clubs around their hometown of Chicago. Consistently crossing each others' paths, they eventually gigged around the Windy City as a unit, while individually, backing up jazz and blues legends including Hank Crawford, Albert Collins, Nat Adderley, Kenny Burrell, Charles Earland, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Stanley Turrentine, and Kenny Burrell ... Read more

The Deep Blue Organ Trio began officially performing under that moniker in 2000, even though Hammond B-3 organist Chris Foreman, drummer Greg Rockingham, and guitarist Bobby Broom had known each other since the '80s, playing clubs around their hometown of Chicago. Consistently crossing each others' paths, they eventually gigged around the Windy City as a unit, while individually, backing up jazz and blues legends including Hank Crawford, Albert Collins, Nat Adderley, Kenny Burrell, Charles Earland, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Stanley Turrentine, and Kenny Burrell & the Jazz Guitar Band.

By 2001 the trio successfully began to assert their musical mission of bringing the jazz organ trio format into the new millennium. Steeped not only in organ jazz, the trio mixes funk, soul, R&B, gospel, and spirituals into the collective mix. The Deep Blue Organ Trio released their first album on Delmark, Deep Blue Bruise in 2004. The follow up, Going to Town: Live at the Green Mill was recorded live during their weekly Tuesday nights at Chicago's Green Mill Lounge, their steady gig since 2003. A DVD of the show was released in tandem with the CD. In 2008 they released Folk Music which became very popular on jazz radio and sat at #2 on the national jazz chart for a solid month. The CD also won the group a Chicago Music Award for best jazz recording.

In 2009 DBOT joined the legendary cross-over group Steely Dan as the supporting act on their "Rent Party" concert tour of the U.S. and Canada.

In 2011 Deep Blue released Wonderful!, their tribute to iconic composer and musical artist, Stevie Wonder. This recording became their best seller to date and reached #1 on the U.S. jazz charts. They joined Steely Dan again as opening act during the summer 2011, U.S. leg of their "Shuffle Diplomacy" concert tour. DBOT currently performs across the U.S. and abroad, spreading a soulful joy and nostalgia where ever they go.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The Deep Blue Organ Trio began officially performing under that moniker in 2000, even though Hammond B-3 organist Chris Foreman, drummer Greg Rockingham, and guitarist Bobby Broom had known each other since the '80s, playing clubs around their hometown of Chicago. Consistently crossing each others' paths, they eventually gigged around the Windy City as a unit, while individually, backing up jazz and blues legends including Hank Crawford, Albert Collins, Nat Adderley, Kenny Burrell, Charles Earland, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Stanley Turrentine, and Kenny Burrell & the Jazz Guitar Band.

By 2001 the trio successfully began to assert their musical mission of bringing the jazz organ trio format into the new millennium. Steeped not only in organ jazz, the trio mixes funk, soul, R&B, gospel, and spirituals into the collective mix. The Deep Blue Organ Trio released their first album on Delmark, Deep Blue Bruise in 2004. The follow up, Going to Town: Live at the Green Mill was recorded live during their weekly Tuesday nights at Chicago's Green Mill Lounge, their steady gig since 2003. A DVD of the show was released in tandem with the CD. In 2008 they released Folk Music which became very popular on jazz radio and sat at #2 on the national jazz chart for a solid month. The CD also won the group a Chicago Music Award for best jazz recording.

In 2009 DBOT joined the legendary cross-over group Steely Dan as the supporting act on their "Rent Party" concert tour of the U.S. and Canada.

In 2011 Deep Blue released Wonderful!, their tribute to iconic composer and musical artist, Stevie Wonder. This recording became their best seller to date and reached #1 on the U.S. jazz charts. They joined Steely Dan again as opening act during the summer 2011, U.S. leg of their "Shuffle Diplomacy" concert tour. DBOT currently performs across the U.S. and abroad, spreading a soulful joy and nostalgia where ever they go.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The Deep Blue Organ Trio began officially performing under that moniker in 2000, even though Hammond B-3 organist Chris Foreman, drummer Greg Rockingham, and guitarist Bobby Broom had known each other since the '80s, playing clubs around their hometown of Chicago. Consistently crossing each others' paths, they eventually gigged around the Windy City as a unit, while individually, backing up jazz and blues legends including Hank Crawford, Albert Collins, Nat Adderley, Kenny Burrell, Charles Earland, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Art Blakey, Stanley Turrentine, and Kenny Burrell & the Jazz Guitar Band.

By 2001 the trio successfully began to assert their musical mission of bringing the jazz organ trio format into the new millennium. Steeped not only in organ jazz, the trio mixes funk, soul, R&B, gospel, and spirituals into the collective mix. The Deep Blue Organ Trio released their first album on Delmark, Deep Blue Bruise in 2004. The follow up, Going to Town: Live at the Green Mill was recorded live during their weekly Tuesday nights at Chicago's Green Mill Lounge, their steady gig since 2003. A DVD of the show was released in tandem with the CD. In 2008 they released Folk Music which became very popular on jazz radio and sat at #2 on the national jazz chart for a solid month. The CD also won the group a Chicago Music Award for best jazz recording.

In 2009 DBOT joined the legendary cross-over group Steely Dan as the supporting act on their "Rent Party" concert tour of the U.S. and Canada.

In 2011 Deep Blue released Wonderful!, their tribute to iconic composer and musical artist, Stevie Wonder. This recording became their best seller to date and reached #1 on the U.S. jazz charts. They joined Steely Dan again as opening act during the summer 2011, U.S. leg of their "Shuffle Diplomacy" concert tour. DBOT currently performs across the U.S. and abroad, spreading a soulful joy and nostalgia where ever they go.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

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