Freaks of Frequency
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The best kept secret in music

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Discography

The Freaks of Frequency have released 2 albums with multiple singles.
Albums- Strydir Lee, Careless and Free
Tracks from these two albums can be found online for listening www.freaksoffrequency.com.
The band has been a musical guist on multiple different radio show including The Mitch Albom Show on WJR.

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Bio

The Freaks of Frequency first strarted under the name Strydir Lee. Strydir Lee was founded by singer/songwriter Nick Leyland and drummer Jon Wilson in early 1998. At the time Nick was playing with a band called Middle Earth. The band's drummer was unable to play a particular gig, so they called upon Jon Wilson to fill in. Jon played the gig with the Middle Earth and immediately the jazz/pop influences that Jon brought to the band inspired Nick to break off and work with Jon to create a new and unique sound. After a few months of playing together, and working out ideas, Nick and Jon were joined by lead guitarist Ron Dielman. Eventually, bassist Seth Porter was added creating the patented Strydir Lee sound. Strydir Lee, soon changed in Freaks of Frequency due to their hard driving music, and is a group with a unique sound that blends elements of rock, funk, blues, and jazz. Nick Leyand is a prolific songwriter and provides the majority of the band's material, although significant writing contributions have been made by all band members.
Influences to the band are the Beatles, Hendrix, Allman Bros., Bob Dylan, Guns n Roses, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith, and many others.
The Freaks of Frequency are different than other bands in the music business today because of the powerful lyrical and songwriting talent coupled with the ability of the band and their music to engage the crowd at live performances.
More photos, music, and information can be found at www.freaksoffrequency.com