Addison Groove Project
Based in Boston, Addison Groove Project (AGP) has gained a reputation as one of the United StatesÍ hardest working and most talented young bands. With all of AGPÍs members between the age of 25 and 30, the group has already garnered a national following as well as appearances on some of the countryÍs most prestigious festivals, including Bonnaroo.
AGP ranges from heavy funk to sophisticated jazz and all points in between. The band showcases their double saxophone attack (Dave Adams and Ben Groppe) on some songs, while Brendan McGinnÍs guitar work and vocals will be showcased on another. Just when you thought the band had no more surprises, keyboardist Rob Marscher will take a solo to make you believe in a higher power. With Andrew Keith locking everything down on drums, these five players bring a big sound to the stage. Each member brings a different writing style to the table and that is apparent in the bandÍs diverse repertoire. More important than AGPÍs diversity (and the strength of each individual) is their ability to play as a whole. When all band members are clicking, that is when the true AGP sound emerges.
The bandÍs first album (called Addison Groove Project or The Orange Album) was recorded in 1998 as a high school senior project.
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