*WORSHIP MY ORGAN*
ROBERT WALTER - B3 & Keys/ Greyboy Allstars
JOHN MEDESKI - B3 & Keys/ Medeski-Martin & Wood
SKERIK - Saxophone/ Les Claypool
ADAM DEITCH - Drums/ Lettuce
DJ LOGIC - Decks/ Project Logic, Guest of Ratdog
[TWO HAMMOND B3 ORGAN PLAYAZ in a HISTORIC ALL-STAR 'Late-Night Show']
Worship My Organ will be taking place from 9 PM - 1:30 AM on the night of Sunday April 30th. This show is a JazzFest tradition, ONLY brought to you by the BooM BooM RooM presents, creating an array of sounds, and you can only catch this cast of all star musicians performing together at this very show. This epic show always sells out, so get your tickets NOW!
Robert Walter is a keyboard player specializing in instrumental soul jazz on the Hammond B3 organ. He is best known as a founding member of The Greyboy Allstars, Creedle, and his own band, Robert Walter's 20th Congress.
John Medeski is an American jazz keyboards player and composer. Medeski is a founding veteran of New York's 1990s avant-garde jazz scene and is known popularly as a member of Medeski Martin & Wood.
Skerik is an American saxophonist from Seattle, Washington. Performing on the tenor and baritone saxophone, often with electronics and loops, Skerik is a pioneer in a playing style that has been dubbed saxophonics. He has performed with Les Claypool, Garage-A-Tois and more!
Adam David Deitch is an American record producer and drummer based in New York City. He is the drummer for the bands Lettuce and Break Science and has worked in the hip hop, funk, electro, pop, and jazz genres, and has collaborated with rapper Wax and soul/jazz singer Ledisi. He was nominated for the 2010 Grammy Award for Best R&B Album for writing and producing two songs on Ledisi's album Turn Me Loose as part of the Fyre Dept. production team. Deitch co-founded Royal Family Records and has worked with guitarist John Scofield and rapper 50 Cent.
DJ Logic is a turntablist active primarily in nu-jazz/acid jazz and with jam bands. Kibler was born and raised in The Bronx. An early interest in hip hop led to his using the turntables, practicing often. He has performed as a guest of Ratdog, Medeski Martin & Wood.