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Wicker Frog


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"Froggy Style" - debut album released 03/2007
01. What Will Be
02. Take A Look Around
03. No Matter
04. What's Your Name?
05. Difference
06. Open Road
07. Dogs & Kitties
08. She Takes Me Away
09. Why Not Me?
10. It's Over



Wicker Frog got their start in the summer of 2006. The band of seasoned musicians assembled and quickly worked their way into the Louisville, KY music scene. Their song repertoire includes influential covers (classic rock, new rock, & alternative) as well as plenty of original rock music. After an opportunity to open the show for the Bret Michaels Band in late 2006, they focused their attention on some studio work. What started out as a cover song demo evolved into their debut album…

“Froggy Style” includes ten original tracks and was unleashed to the public in March of 2007. Their "Wicker Style" Rock & Roll was created from Joe’s acoustic rock by adding some big ol' electric guitar and a thumpin' rhythm section. Every song is unique, lyrics are meaningful, and the tunes stick to your ribs for weeks.

Joe (lead vocals & acoustic guitar) writes the music and Al (electric guitar), Scott (bass guitar), Steve (drums), and Lee (backup vocals & percussion) bring it to life. Wicker Frog thrives on delivering an entertaining and interactive live show that is enjoyed by fans of all ages.

Where did you get the name “Wicker Frog”?!
Lead singer & acoustic guitarist, Joe, has never been a fan of wicker. For his birthday, his wife, Lee, and sister-in-law, Beth (graphic artist) gave him a giant wicker frog as a gag gift. Everyone had had a good laugh and “Wicker” found his home next to the fireplace. Later that month (May 2006), Joe & Lee joined a three piece band in need of a singer. As with any serious band, the group struggled for weeks to come up with the perfect name. The words, "How about," must have been uttered ten thousand times during that crucial step. “Wicker Frog” found its way to the Top 10 list and grew to be a crowd favorite. Despite Joe’s distaste for wicker, the name stuck. To quote Joe…“Isn’t it ironic that I'll live the rest of my life so closely associated with something so low on my taste list?!”