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Welcome to the home for organ jazz by OJT. We are a Kansas City bred, funky organ jazz group. While on the site, please listen to music, check out our calendar, buy CDs, or just learn a little about our brand of organ jazz.

OJT performs funky instrumental organ jazz at The Green Lady Lounge every Wednesday night from 9 to midnight and every Saturday from 9:30 to 1:30. Kansas City's hippest retro cocktail club is located at 1809 Grand.

OJT just released their first new instrumental CD in 10 years.

"New Standards for the Green Lady" is the third album length release by the Kansas City based organ jazz group OJT.  While previous releases featured jazz standards and original compositions, New Standards for the Green Lady is a collection of OJT's organ jazz arrangements of familiar pop songs.  Selected, arranged, and performed over 2 years for audiences at Kansas City's Green Lady Lounge, OJT plays the music of Steely Dan, The Beatles, Tears for Fears, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, The Grateful Dead, and even Katy Perry.  OJT continues its Wednesday and Saturday night house band gigs at Green Lady Lounge with no end in sight.

We will have copies of the CD with us at every gig. You can also get them on CD Baby or at The Green Lady Lounge anytime they are open.

While supplies last, every copy of the new CD that you by at a Green Lady Lounge OJT show comes with a Green Lady Lounge / Roasterie Coffee Mug.

Roger Atkinson of Kansas City Jazz Ambassador Magazine published the first review of "New Standards for the Green Lady. You can read it in the press section or by going to

Harrison Hipp of KJHK has posted a review of the New Standards CD here:

The music page has OJT's brand new recording of "I Kissed a Girl" available for you to check out. This track is included on the new OJT release "New Standards for the Green Lady." There is also a YouTube version of OJT playing "I Kissed a Girl." You can view it by copying this link into your browser:

The classic OJT CD, pictured below, is available on fine computers everywhere at sites including You can also buy and download this CD from Itunes. The link is on the "buy" page.