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Real Frogs

Real Frogs

Real Frogs


Real Frogs is the brainchild of John Paul Foster, a young musician from a small town called Montevallo, Alabama. In high school, John Paul recognized his talent for composition as he taught himself to write songs in the same mode as Weezer and Ozma. He formed a short lived high school 'garage' band with classmates Slinks Dewees (bass), Carl 'Cheeseburger' Conway (guitar), and Theo Metz (drums) called The Turtle Pills. John Paul continued to write after the band split, designating his solo projects as performed by 'Real Frogs. Read more on Last.fm
Real Frogs is the brainchild of John Paul Foster, a young musician from a small town called Montevallo, Alabama. In high school, John Paul recognized his talent for composition as he taught himself to write songs in the same mode as Weezer and Ozma. He formed a short lived high school 'garage' band with classmates Slinks Dewees (bass), Carl 'Cheeseburger' Conway (guitar), and Theo Metz (drums) called The Turtle Pills. John Paul continued to write after the band split, designating his solo projects as performed by 'Real Frogs.' Soon he left Montevallo and made his mark at Furman University in the two-man pop-experimental group Ninfant.

Three albums later, he returned to Alabama to continue his writing; along the way picking up the drums for local band Three Happenin Guys. He is now performing locally under the name 'Real Frogs' (although his solo material has been known by many other names, including 'Dead Magicians'), and writing and collaborating with musicians and artists around the area. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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