Danish 1960's to 1990's rock/blues band. When in the 80's joined by US guitarist Billy Cross (2) known as Delta-Cross Band. The original line-up at the time of the 1969 debut was: Troels Jensen, Michael Puggaard-Müller, Thomas Puggaard-Müller, Søren Engel. Shortly after the debut release, the Puggaard-Müller brothers left to form PAN (2). They were replaced by Preben Feddersen and Peter Høiler. This line-up released a single in 1971. In 1972 Feddersen left to form Buffalo (8), Søren Engel to play with Paddy Doyles. For the next year of the original line-up only Troels Jensen continued Delta Blues Band joined by Bent Malinovsky, Peter Kragh Jacobsen and Thor Backhausen. This line up backed Sunnyland Slim on a 1973 recording session. Later in 1973 the group reformed, now as just "Delta", with Jensen, Malinowsky, Kragh Jacobsen, Knut Henriksen and Max Nutzhorn, vocals. This group began recording an album, but after internal conflicts Nutzhorn and Henriksen took over the group and finished the recordings now as Fly United. In 1974 Troels Jensen re-organized Delta w. Kragh Jacobsen, Søren Engel and Billy Cross (2). Over the next period, several guitarist was involved with the group, but the core of the band was Troels Jensen, Søren Engel and Feddersen. In 1977 - as Delta - the group released a self-titled album. This line up with Billy Cross and Jørgen Lang released an album, "No Overdubs", recorded in just 6 hours. The album kickstarted a revival for the band. The band reformed as Delta-Cross Band and for the next decade had a very successful and popular career. After Cross left again performing by the original name.