The Greyboy Allstars are a jazz band who released their fourth album, Inland Emperor, in 2013. The band came together in 1994, when the individual members were asked to perform at a record release party for the landmark acid jazz and club staple “Freestylin” by San Diego’s DJ Greyboy, who was famous for spinning `70s soul and funk. They enjoyed playing together that they decided to continue on as a band. The Greyboy Allstars starting playing weekly at San Diego’s now defunct Green Circle, weekends at San Francisco’s Elbo Room and various clubs throughout Europe. By playing danceable boogaloo music within the soul jazz genre, they became a national and international phenomenon. The lineup of the band remains nearly the same, with Karl Denson on horns and vocals, Robert Walter on keyboards, Elgin Park on guitars and vocals, and Chris Stillwell on bass. Original drummer Zak Najor was replaced by Aaron Redfield, an old friend of the band and frequent collaborator. While DJ Greyboy is no longer a member of the band, he remains a central figure in their artistic output, having introduced the band to many of the records that inspire their sound, produced their first album and appeared on 2007′s What Happened to Television?
List of all The Greyboy Allstars albums including EPs and some singles - a discography of The Greyboy Allstars CDs and The Greyboy Allstars records. List includes The Greyboy Allstars album cover artwork in many cases, a...more