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Open Hand - The John Popper Project - John Popper Project Featuring DJ Logic (CD, Album)

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  1. The harmonica virtuoso and rotund frontman for jam band favorites Blues Traveler, singer/harpist John Popper was born in Cleveland, OH, on March 29, While attending high school in Princeton, NJ, he befriended drummer Brendan Hill; together, the two -- in combination with guitarist Chan Kinchla and bassist Bobby Sheehan -- would go on to form Blues Traveler, earning a fervent grassroots.
  2. In , Popper released two side projects: the solo album “Zygote”; and the live recording “Croaking at Toads,” with the jam-band supergroup Frogwings. Two years ago, he formed the John Popper Project, a group featuring turntablist DJ Logic that explores a fusion of hip-hop and funk.
  3. ASPEN Several years ago, after meeting and jamming with DJ Logic at a San Francisco benefit concert, John Popper put together the John Popper Project. The quartet, a side gig from Popper’s day job as leader of the long-running jam-band Blues Traveler, featured one of the more unlikely combinations of instruments in rock music: DJ Logic on turntables and Popper on harmonica, with a rhythm section of .
  4. Oct 23,  · John Popper Project featuring DJ Logic intro, Pack Your Love, Everything, Horses >, Open Hand >, Superstition, talking, All Goog Children, Trigger >.
  5. The John Popper Project featuring DJ Logic, which will play a free show at Copper Mountain Saturday at 2 p.m., includes John Popper and bassist Tad Kinchla from Blues Traveler, Bleeker and DJ Logic.
  6. Zygote () Miserable Bastard, Once You Wake Up, Growing in Dirt, Tip the Domino, His Own Ideas, Home, Love for Free, How About Now, Evil in My Chair, Lunatic, Open Letter, Fledgling The John Popper Project () (featuring DJ Logic).
  7. The harmonica virtuoso's latest record, The John Popper Project, is a bit of an oddity in his catalog. The album is the debut of a foursome consisting of Mosaic drummer Marcus Bleecker, Blues Traveler bassist Tad Kinchla, and turntablist DJ Logic. Although Logic's beats and soundscapes add layers to the album, at its core the record has the.
  8. Two years ago, he formed the John Popper Project, a group featuring turntablist DJ Logic that explores a fusion of hip-hop and funk. The Project released a self-titled album in and has toured extensively. It makes its second Aspen appearance on Friday, March 28, at Belly Up Aspen.
  9. John Popper sat in on harmonica for Funky Bitch and JJLC. Funky Bitch was preceded by Trey explaining that they were going to introduce Popper as Chris Kuroda to pull a joke on their former light man, Tim, who used to jam on harmonica with the band but "wasn't that good.".

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