Hailing from Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Fredric issued one rare, hard-to-find album in the late ’60s called “Phases and Faces”. The style of their music is sort of psychedelic-pop; with good harmonies, guitar and organ, and fey love ballady lyrics. The single “Red Pier” was a modest local hit and by 1970 they were signed to Capitol, who changed their name to the Rock Garden. They broke up soon after. Drummer-vocalist David Idema eventually became David Geddes and had a hit with “Run Joey Run” in 1975.

Edited by dillonHorizon on 8 May 2007, 19:30

All user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
Text may also be available under the GNU Free Documentation License.


Generated from facts marked up in the wiki.

No facts about this artist

You're viewing version 1. View older versions, or discuss this wiki.

You can also view a list of all recent wiki changes.

More Information

From other sources.