Organically Good Trio ft. members of Slighty Stoopid, John Brown's Body & more

Organically Good Trio

Organically Good Trio is a Hammond organ driven roots instrumental group out of Boston. Founded by Slightly Stoopid keyboard player Paul Wolstencroft, the band has a sound reminiscent of the great organ trio albums of the late 60's. The music takes elements of jazz, and incorporates a blues, R&B and church sound. There's a lot of feeling involved, and a lot of Ray Charles influence, and even some hints of reggae. At times they sound like Grant Green, the Meters or even Jimmy McGriff, but also can have hints of younger bands such as the Mighty Imperials and the New Mastersounds. There's a reason they use a Hammond organ in a church; its because it's a very soulful instrument. It's like an entire orchestra at your fingertips. Often imitated never duplicated, the Hammond organ is the organ sound everyone is after.

Conscious Roots

As Northern Vermonts roots reggae band, Conscious Roots has come together to create a mix of original music blending afro-beat rhythms, ska, jazz,and rock. Celebrating our fifth year together, our style has been compared to Rage Against the Machine meets the fathers of reggae. The philosophy held is that this is not a place but a state of mind that continues throughout daily life. With a progressive message of hope and unity we have become Vermonts biggest underground reggae band, where we hold our community of people to the highest regards. Picking up Grammy nominated drummer Jason Corbiere, Room Full of Blues, this band of Vermonters has taken the next step towards the ultimate goal of bringing people together, no matter what differences we have. Everybody keep truckin’ and we’ll see ya at the next show.



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