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Detroit hard rockers Frijid Pink formed in 1967, originally comprised of singer Thomas Beaudry (stage name Kelly Green), guitarist Gary Ray Thompson, bassist Tom Harris, keyboardist Larry Zelanka, and drummer Richard Stevers. After two years of relentless touring throughout the southeast Michigan area, the group -- substituting Harris with Beaudry on bass -- signed with the Parrot label in 1969. Although their first two singles, "Tell Me Why" and "Drivin' Blues," failed to attract much attention, their third effort for the company -- a distorted, guitar-heavy interpretation of "The House of the Rising Sun" -- reached the Top Ten on the U.S. pop charts, becoming an even bigger hit overseas. Frijid Pink's self-titled
debut LP followed in 1970, as did the follow-up Defrosted; subsequent singles including "Sing a Song for Freedom" and "Heartbreak Hotel," however, failed to match earlier successes, and after 1972's Earth Omen the group did not reenter the studio until recording 1975's All Pink Inside,
disbanding soon after.
Another version of the band (featuring no past members) formed in 2001. They recorded one album, Inner Heat, which was set for release in 2002, but was pulled by the record label, Dynasty Records. In 2005 yet another lineup formed featuring most of the original members; drummer Stevers had succeeded in getting bassist Tom Harris and vocalist Tom Beaudry together with guitarist Steve Dansby (from a late 1970s line-up of Cactus) and keyboardist Larin Michaels.In late 2006, after a failed attempt to once again reunite the original members, Stevers began auditioning guitarists for the reformation of
Frijid Pink. A keyboard player was also brought in, recruited by Stevers from an Oldies cover band they had played in together, and from which Stevers had recently resigned. Over the course of the next five years, this new lineup would play a dozen or so gigs, such as local venues and street fairs, but never had any steady work or did any touring. The focus would eventually shift to basement recordings and
album, available in the U.S. as an import, is a mix of re-recorded songs from the group's previous albums and new original music. In late 2011, the lead singer/guitarist/engineer and the keyboard player were replaced, which ended the longest contiguous line-up in the band's history. Recording work continued with this latest lineup, and an EP was released in late Spring of 2012.
TOM BEAUDRY bs A
KELLY GREEN ld vcls A
RICH STEVERS drms, tympani A B
GARY THOMPSON gtr A
TOM HARRIS B
JOHN WEARING ld vcls B
CRAIG WEBB ld gtr B
LARRY ZELANKA piano, organ B