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Basic info
Name The Deep Blue Dream
Formed On May 06'
# of Members 5
Homepage www.sonicbids.com/TheDeepBlueDream
Contact/Booking info
Name Lauren Faggiano
Phone 585-507-5366
E-mail thedeepbluedream@frontiernet.net

The Deep Blue Dream is a dynamic fusion of five extremely talented musicians. Driven by the souful pipes of Lauren Faggiano, the band encompasses styles ranging from Etta James and Bonnie Raitt to Bob Marley and the Allman Brothers. One of the highlights for The Deep Blue Dream was playing the Rochester City Music Fest on the same bill as Patti LaBelle and George Clinton. Formed in 2006 the band created an immediate synthesis, starting from Ken's solid bass foundation, to JP's dynamic beats, Alex's hot blues licks, Faith's beautifully interwoven sax lines, right up to Lauren's percussive keys and fiery vocals. Every show is sure to get the crowd movin' and shakin' to their blend of both original and cover tunes. Some of the venues that have hosted The Deep Blue Dream include but are not limited to the following: The Dinosaur BBQ, Beale Street Cafe, The Montage, Smokin' Joe's, Richmond's, The Little Cafe, The Bug Jar, Belhurst Castle, the original Lyell Ave music Festival, and the Women's Right to Rock Festival. Their music has been featured on 88.5 WRUR, 98.9 the Buzz, and 96.5 WCMF. To hear more and see a video clip, check out www.myspace.com/thedeepbluedream or www.sonicbids.com/TheDeepBlueDream

Lauren Faggiano: Keys & lead vocals
Faith Lasher: Saxophones & vocals
Ken Schumacher: Bass & vocals
Alex Lasher: Guitar & vocals
John Paul Nawn: Drums & vocals

Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, Bob Marley, Allman Brothers, and Joni Mitchell

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