The Living Blue

The Living Blue

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Indie rock outfit the Living Blue was formed in 1997 by singer/guitarist Steve Ucherek, guitarist Joe Prokop, and drummer Mark Schroder; originally dubbed the Blackouts, the group cut a self-released five-song EP that caught the attention of the Chicago indie Lucid, which issued their debut LP, "Everyday Is a Sunday Evening." Power pop cult hero Adam Schmitt produced the Blackouts' 2004 follow-up, "Living in Blue." After sharing top honors in a nationwide talent contest sponsored by Little Steven's Underground Garage, the syndicated radio show hosted by Steven Van Zandt, the group further increased its visibility when several of its songs were prominently featured on the WB Network's "One Tree Hill." To avoid confusion with other similarly named acts, the Blackouts then rechristened themselves the Living Blue, swapping Olsen for bassist Andrew Davidson and signing to Minty Fresh to begin work on their next LP.