Radio station: Listen to music by Tree Frog
No scheduled events.
Current Status: Living in various parts of the country and reuniting every couple of years for one-off shows.
Influences: Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills and Nash, The Byrds, Blind Faith, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Asleep at the Wheel
|No album artwork||Dallas Sessions||1977|
|No album artwork||Better Late Than Never||1980|
|Scott Piper||Guitar, Violin, Vocals|
|Lynn Piller||Guitar, Pedal steel, Vocals|
|Gary Durrett||Drums, Vocals|
|Jim Fey||Bass guitar, Vocals|
|Eric Elder||Guitar, Vocals|
If you lived in Lawrence in the '70s and you liked bands like The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield and The Flying Burrito Brothers, Tree Frog was the band to see. Known locally for their epic four-hour performances at places like The Lawrence Opera House (now Liberty Hall) and Off-the-Wall Hall (now The Bottleneck), Tree Frog was actually a nationally touring band that was just one big break away from the big time. They never did catch that break, but they did spend a decade on the road playing every college campus and bar-alley bar from Athens, Georgia to Missoula, Montana. Though Tree Frog disbanded shortly after the disco craze hit, the members reunite every couple years to play at Liberty Hall.