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“Like a Great Baseball team the members change but the soul lives on, Though many great musicians have passed through BS&T it's musicianship stands the test of time” 2005 found BS&T looking back to founding father Bobby Colomby's original vision for Blood Sweat & Tears quite simple “Find the greatest musicians and the rest is easy”.
Since then with Bobby Colomby's guidance BS&T have re-established themselves as one of the hottest touring acts in the world. Whether playing the Hits that started BS&T'S meteoric rise or complicated Jazz riff's audiences world wide show their appreciation with standing ovations nightly.
2008 The South Korean Government named Blood Sweat & Tears “The Ambassadors of Peace” That same year the BS&T horn section recorded with Jeff Lorber on his Grammy nominated cd “He Had A Hat”.
2010 saw yet another recording session with Jeff Lorber. A world tour interrupted by a Icelandic Volcano. The band buys a Tour Bus to play smaller and up close venues along with the big concert venues.
2011 BS&T played 3 sold out concerts at the world famous Blue Note Jazz Club in New Your City with the Legendary trumpeter Arturo Sandoval. BS&T and Sandoval will be playing more concerts in the future. The most recorded Drummer in the world Bernard “Pretty” Perdue sat in with BS&T on a resent show in New Jersey. Look for former BS&T members to get up on stage from time to time.