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Paul Davies said on Jul 2, 2014 4:24 am
well after what seems like decades, it looks good to see the band still going. Still play the FRIJID PINK cd regularly and still have the vinyl -my first self-bought albumwhen i was about 14 yrs old.
whatever happened to Tom and the lads ?
Being in a classic rock band myself here in South Africa as a vocalist, when im in my pick-up alone i tend to use House of the Rising Sun as one of my practice songs, as well as IM A LOVER and WORLD AT THE END OF THE LINE.
All the guys are still around and had a chance to be in the band. I really like the band with the new line up. Four lead singers and all great players. Hope you like the new tunes!!! New Classic Rock!!!
Saw you guys today on Fox2. "Coming Home" rocks… definitley see you guys in Allen Park.
Chuck Mangus said on Jul 22, 2014 9:13 pm
Thanks Dan! We had a good time in the Fox 2 studio. See you in Allen Park.
Sandra halsall said on May 1, 2017 9:56 pm
Was thrilled to meet Rick Stervers at a 60s bash the other night. I’d alway loved Frijid Pink’s House of the Rising sun and love the new version on the Cd. The other songs are becoming fast favorites. Wow…rock on guys!
Chas said on Jul 6, 2017 12:04 pm
Thank you for the kind words. We worked hard to make the new version of ‘House’ measure up to the original. We’re currently finishing the next album, “On the Edge”. Stay tuned and keep rockin’!
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Did one or more of you hang out at Brink’s Drink on 8 mile near Groesbeck? In the late 70’s, we’d frequent the place because they had a juke box, a pool table, and, well, they didn’t think we were too young to have a beer. They had Frijid Pink in the juke box, and I’d always play that music while walking around the pool table playing air guitar with the cue stick.
I recall someone introducing themselves stating they made the music we were listening to. I want to tell my foolish young self to sit down and spend more time talking to that man.