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  • Bob Maxwell
    Bob Maxwell
    While talking about Jim Mcgaw a friend looked up your site. He remembered you guys from the Days when he was a band director of one of you local high schools. Jim played at the Harley Hotel (Hospitality Inn) in Columbus when I worked there. I also was wondering if any of your recording are on CD. I hope that all is well.

    While talking about Jim Mcgaw a friend looked up your site. He remembered you guys from the Days when he was a band director of one of you local high schools. Jim played at the Harley Hotel (Hospitality Inn) in Columbus when I worked there. I also was wondering if any of your recording are on CD. I hope that all is well.

  • Mickey Nichols
    Mickey Nichols
    Hello Charlie. I hope that you are well and happy. It looks like you made a career in music. I hope that you are still making music. Best regards!

    Hello Charlie. I hope that you are well and happy. It looks like you made a career in music. I hope that you are still making music.
    Best regards!

  • Gary Sims
    Gary Sims
    Charlie & Celia, On a whim, I googled "Appalachian Green Parks Project" and found your site. I was wondering if any of the Frogwhompers or AGPP recordings are available in digital form. Hope all is well with you.

    Charlie & Celia,
    On a whim, I googled "Appalachian Green Parks Project" and found your site. I was wondering if any of the Frogwhompers or AGPP recordings are available in digital form.

    Hope all is well with you.

  • Chris Manack
    Chris Manack
    In 1978 I started my career in sales with Perfecto Distributing Company, a wine and beer wholesaler in Columbus, Ohio. My sales route was extensive and took in Athens, Ohio. I would park on Court Street and walk the route calling on bars and restaurants. My last stop was "Bojangles," a cool little pub and that is where I first saw The New Vinton County Frogwhompers! I will never forget seeing you guys perform...it was a sound so original and entertaining, I just had to have an album of yours. I bought your first album in a record store in the back of an ice cream shop around the corner from Bojangles. As luck would have it, not only did I get the album, but it was autographed by all 3 of you on the back. It still sounds as wonderful today as it did back then, and on the very same turntable as well! Thank you so much for giving me so many years of musical enjoyment. I have shared your music with countless friends, and they instantly became fans too. Thanks again, and God Bless!

    In 1978 I started my career in sales with Perfecto Distributing Company, a wine and beer wholesaler in Columbus, Ohio. My sales route was extensive and took in Athens, Ohio. I would park on Court Street and walk the route calling on bars and restaurants. My last stop was "Bojangles," a cool little pub and that is where I first saw The New Vinton County Frogwhompers! I will never forget seeing you guys perform...it was a sound so original and entertaining, I just had to have an album of yours. I bought your first album in a record store in the back of an ice cream shop around the corner from Bojangles. As luck would have it, not only did I get the album, but it was autographed by all 3 of you on the back. It still sounds as wonderful today as it did back then, and on the very same turntable as well! Thank you so much for giving me so many years of musical enjoyment. I have shared your music with countless friends, and they instantly became fans too. Thanks again, and God Bless!

  • Robert Shunk
    Robert Shunk
    I lived in Athens from 73-80. I would always love to see the Frogwhompers at the Irish Pub UpTown. I had an album, but is has long since vanished. I had just found a copy of the Athens Home Town Album with Jim Jewell and it got my interest going about the FrogWhompers again. My daughter is now there and I stopped in one of the CD stores to ask about getting a CD and they had heard of them but did not have anything of theirs. My roommate for years there (the reason I moved to Athens) started the Bagel Buggy. He and I just talked and I just for Kicks I Googled FrogWhompers and found the Album to order What a great memory of all of them. I was sorry to see that Jim Proudy passed as he had a great voice and a gerat musician. Athens is a great city and a special place. I so much enjoy going back there and miss some of the best music in my life. Thank You so much for the memories!!!!!!!!

    I lived in Athens from 73-80. I would always love to see the Frogwhompers at the Irish Pub UpTown. I had an album, but is has long since vanished. I had just found a copy of the Athens Home Town Album with Jim Jewell and it got my interest going about the FrogWhompers again.
    My daughter is now there and I stopped in one of the CD stores to ask about getting a CD and they had heard of them but did not have anything of theirs.
    My roommate for years there (the reason I moved to Athens) started the Bagel Buggy. He and I just talked and I just for Kicks I Googled FrogWhompers and found the Album to order
    What a great memory of all of them. I was sorry to see that Jim Proudy passed as he had a great voice and a gerat musician. Athens is a great city and a special place. I so much enjoy going back there and miss some of the best music in my life. Thank You so much for the memories!!!!!!!!

  • Joyce Zabell
    Joyce Zabell
    Life is good in Beachwood....But it always gets better when Celia and Charlie are around! (and of course Mama Iris and the old MC, Mort)

    Life is good in Beachwood....But it always gets better when Celia and Charlie are around! (and of course Mama Iris and the old MC, Mort)

  • Erin Jones
    Erin Jones
    Found your site while poking around for Frogwhompers info. Jim McGaw is my uncle & my cousins and I went to several sessions when we were wee little bairns. Somewhere I may even still have a tiny deep green Frogwhompers t-shirt...ah, good times!

    Found your site while poking around for Frogwhompers info. Jim McGaw is my uncle & my cousins and I went to several sessions when we were wee little bairns. Somewhere I may even still have a tiny deep green Frogwhompers t-shirt...ah, good times!

  • Sandy Azancot
    Sandy Azancot
    LIving in Athens in the 70's, I loved to see the Frogwhompers play whenever I could. So glad to see the music released on CDbaby.com!

    LIving in Athens in the 70's, I loved to see the Frogwhompers play whenever I could. So glad to see the music released on CDbaby.com!

  • Jeff Mayhugh
    Jeff Mayhugh
    I was a huge Frogwhomper fan in the mid to late 70's. You guys really peaked my interest in folk and bluegrass. I'm glad to see we're all still alive. I remember arguing with Jim's wife about why he should continue with the band. You brought great joy to alot of people. Music will save the world.

    I was a huge Frogwhomper fan in the mid to late 70's. You guys really peaked my interest in folk and bluegrass. I'm glad to see we're all still alive. I remember arguing with Jim's wife about why he should continue with the band. You brought great joy to alot of people. Music will save the world.

  • gandee licklider
    gandee licklider
    very nice web site!

    very nice web site!