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The Delta 72

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The Delta 72


Years Active: 2007 to present

Genre: Rock, Blues, Pop, Jazz, Funk / Soul

Country: US


Mark Boyce (organ and pianos)
Bruce Reckhan (bass )
Jason Kourkounis (drums )
Kim Thompson ( bass)
Sarah Stolfa (organ )
Ben Azzara (drums on early singles)
Gregg Foreman (guitars , organs , vocals , harmonicas)
Neil Haggerty ( guitar)
Adam Cotheren ( guitar)
Hollis Queens (vocals)

Artist Bio:

About The Delta 72 The Delta 72 began in 1994 in a basement in Wahington d.c . Gregg Foreman and Ben Azzara went to a Pawnshop and bought a Farfisa organ , and showed another housemate how to play some notes on the organ . Sarah Stolfa joined the line up . The band played their first show at the "More than a Music Festival" , somewhere in Ohio . Soon after , the band recruited local ex - Cupid Car Club bassist ; Kim Thompson . The band released the 1st 7" on Dischord/Kill Rock Stars ( the sole split on these labels) , and they toured the u.s . After getting some attention from labels , Ben left , and the band recorded 'The R&B of Membership" on Touch and Go , w/Jason Kourkounis(Mule)on drums . The band toured with Sonic Youth , Girls against Boys , Modest Mouse , The Donnas , Brainiac and Man or AstroMan . Then Kim left , and bassist Bruce Reckhan added his sound to the Bob Weston recorded ; "The Soul of a New Machine" . Soon after this Sarah Stolfa left to pursue photography , and Goats organ grinder ; Mark Boyce filled the line up out for the Royal Trux produced "000" . The tour line up was augmented with creative rooster haired guitar......[Read More]