Shoreworld: Freddie Fry – Thirsty Rider

Shoreworld: Freddie Fry – Thirsty Rider

I’ve known Freddie Fry for several years now, and if there’s one thing I can say with certainty, it’s that he loves music and supports the national and local scene every chance that he can. This is a guy who has scads of stories to tell about some of the rock and roll’s biggest names. He was there years back and continues to associate with some large names in the entertainment industry. As I was getting ready to review his latest CD, I noticed that rock icon Ed King (one of the founding members of The Strawberry Alarm Clock and a member of Lynyrd Skynyrd who co-wrote “Sweet Home Alabama” amongst other songs) had great things to say about Freddie and his music on his Facebook page. I follow Ed and know that he rarely goes out on a limb to push someone’s music. It’s just usually not his thing.

That’s a real mind blower when you think about it. Here’s this local guy, goes to shows, hangs out and has the ego of a church mouse and guys that wrote some of the world’s biggest songs are praising him for his talents. But that’s Freddie Fry’s MO. Humble and …

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