|Origin||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Associated acts||The Delta 72, Cat Power, The Black Ryder, Pink Mountaintops|
Gregg Foreman is an American musician and DJ born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Foreman gained recognition originally as the front man of The Delta 72 a band that channeled post punk rock sensibilities with 1960s British Invasion R&B to create a frenetic and honest style. His live gigs with The Delta 72 have been characterized by his onstage energetic performances and James Brown-like moves. He's also known to be a good friend of Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
After The Delta 72 disbanded in 2001, Foreman established a career as a popular deejay in hometown Philadelphia and still spins in his resident city, LA. Foreman's sets span a range from soul music to post-punk, girl group sounds and psychedelic.
He joined Cat Power in 2007, now elevated to musical director; is currently also in Pink Mountaintops which is a project founded by Stephen McBean from Black Mountain; in psychedelic post punk band The Meek, and part-time member of the slow-burning psyche rock band The Black Ryder.
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