Project Blue Book was a study by the United States Air Force of 12,618 unidentified flying object reports. The project shut down in December 1969, concluding most reports were misidentifications of natural phenomena, posing no threat to national security. About 6% of the flying objects remained unidentified. 40 years later, an unclassifiable band took the name Project Blue Book, piloting grooves from other worlds. Hailing from the United States of America, Project Blue Book was conceived in 2007 in Boston, MA and now tours across America with band members from all corners of the planet Earth. Playing a uniquely diverse brand of psychedelic jam funk, the band has just finished it's debut full-length album, "Cheetah Speed," produced by Alan Evans, the matchless drummer from Soulive. In a journey through funk, prog, reggae, gospel, and rock, "Cheetah Speed" marks a new phase for the emerging band. With CD release shows booked throughout CA, MA and NY the upcoming live performances will showcase a new brand of live Project Blue Book featuring all things funky and unusual.