Bobby Broom Deep Blue Organ Trio Tickets
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The remarkable Bobby Broom Deep Blue Organ Trio are on tour for a series of magical concerts. Bobby and the band have been on the music scene for years and have played a big part in making sure jazz music stays in the limelight for all the right reasons. Now that they have hit the road once again this is your chance to book Bobby Broom Deep Blue Organ Trio tickets and catch these famous names as they take to the stage for an unforgettable performance.
The Bobby Broom Deep Blue Organ Trio consists of Broom himself, Greg Rockingham and Chris Foreman. It was Broom and his incredible love for music that paved the way for the formation of the band. His fascination with music began when he was only twelve years old. That was when he picked the guitar for the first time and started to learn the intricate details about how to play the instrument.
He started off learning folk for a year. The next year he changed tracks and took up jazz. He started to study with Jimmy Carter, a jazz guitarist. Broom took lessons for the next year to hone his skills. He started to take jazz seriously when he was fifteen years old and that made him conduct thorough research on the genre. He made a deliberate effort to learn everything there was to learn about jazz and started to practice it as well.
Broom then went and got himself enrolled at the High School of Music and Art. During his years there, he became a member of a jazz band and got his first taste of performing in front of a live audience. His skills shone through and brought his way an award in the category of Outstanding Jazz Improvisation.
Broom launched his professional music career by playing gigs at clubs in and around his native New York. His first major performance came at the iconic Carnegie Hall when he teamed up with Sonny Rollins and Donald Byrd for a special concert. Broom's next move took him to the famous Berklee School of Music for a year after which he came back to the Big Apple. He took up the guitar and began to support the likes of The Jazz Messengers, Tom Browne, Art Blakey and Dave Grusin. Soon he was rewarded with his first recording contract.
That was the break Broom had worked for all his life. His debut came with "Clean Sweep" and soul soothing creation that announced his arrival to the mainstream in style. Broom then re-located to Chicago in the year 1984. His start as a musician in the Windy City came in the form of tours with artists like Ron Blake, the Miles Davis's band, Kenny Burrell, Charles Earland, Eric Alexander and Sonny Rollins.
Once in Chicago, Broom began to experiment with other genres as well. He formed the "Bobby Broom Trio" in 1990. It was in Chicago that he met and began to play with Chris Foreman and Greg Rockingham. The trio started to jam together which turned into the Bobby Broom Deep Blue Organ Trio as we see it today.
Foreman played the Hammond D3 and the organ whereas Rockingham takes care of the drums. All three of them have continued to pursue individual projects as well. They made their debut as a trio with "Deep Blue Bruise" in the year 2004 on Delmark Records and followed that up with "Goin to Town: Live at the Green Mill" two years later. They shifted to Origin Records and came up with "Folk Music" and "Wonderful!" in 2007 and 2011 respectively. The latter turned out to be a huge hit. It contained tracks from the legend Stevie Wonder and the effort drew a lot of applause from the masses.
Bobby Broom and his organ band have been on the circuit for over a decade now. They have kept their identity unique and have done things their way. Their music has captivated one and all as a collective and a trio. They have hit the road once again so book your cheap Bobby Broom Deep Blue Organ Trio tickets and relive the magic of some of music's greatest hits.