The Frost (Band)

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The Frost
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The Frost were an American rock band from Alpena, Michigan in the late 1960s, led by singer-guitarist, Dick Wagner, who went on to play with Ursa Major, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Dan Page and Kevin Ulgenalp in the 1970s. The rest of the band consisted of Gordy Garris (bass guitar), Bob Rigg (drums), and Don Hartman (guitar). Wikipedia


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The Frost is a member of the following lists: Vanguard Records artists, Musical groups disestablished in 1970, Musical groups from Michigan, Musical groups established in 1968, United States rock musical group stubs and American psychedelic rock music groups.

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28 Songs »
- Rock and Roll Music 1969
- The Family 1969
- A Long Way Down From Mobile 1969
- Take My Hand 1969
- Mystery Man 1969
- Baby Once You Got It 1969
- Stand in the Shadows 1969
- Little Susie Singer (Music to Chew Gum by) 1969
- First Day of May 1969
- Who Are You? 1969
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)


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