Soulive is one of the most import exponents of the so called jam band scene, a scene that also includes Medeski, Martin & Wood. The threesome, with their groovy jazz interpretations played on Hammond, guitar and drums, knows how to build bridges to the new generation. Young jazz lovers dance fiercely to their energetically and enthusiastically performed jazz funk. The good listener will discover an early Herbie Hancock or Jimmy Smith. But the brothers Alan (drums) and Neil Evans (Hammond), who found a good third man in guitarist Eric Krasno, aim for the pure, live soul groove. The trio have recorded six albums so far. Recently they released the double album Turn It Out: Unmixed & Remixed - Soulive, featuring many guest artists, including John Scofield, who contributed some good stuff to two of the songs.