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The Frost were an American rock band from Alpena, Michigan in the late 1960s, led by singer-guitarist Dick Wagner, who went on to play with Ursa Major, Lou Reed, Alice Cooper, David Bowie, Dan Page and Kevin Ulgenalp in the 1970s. The rest of the band consisted of Gordy Garris (bass), Bob Rigg (drums), and Don Hartman (guitar).
The Frost recorded three albums for Vanguard Records: Frost Music, Rock and Roll Music, and Through the Eyes of Love.
The Frost were one of the top Detroit area bands of the era, however poor album cover artwork, distribution and promotion by Vanguard hampered the band and caused them to miss the national success that other bands like Ann Arbor's Bob Seger, Ted Nugent from Detroit and Grand Funk Railroad from Flint were to achieve.
There have been several Frost reunion concerts over the years, especially while Wagner still lived and performed in Michigan. The reunions have included Wagner, Hartman and Rigg.
- "Sunshine" / "Little Girl" 1967 - as Dick Wagner and The Frosts
- "Bad Girl" / "A Rainy Day" 1968 - as Dick Wagner and The Frosts
- "Mystery Man" / "Stand in the Shadows" 1969 (Vanguard 35089)
- "Donny's Blues" / "Rock and Roll Music" 1969 (Vanguard 35101)
- "Help Me Baby / Black Train" 1969 (Vanguard 119020)
- "Linda" / "Sweet Lady Love" 1969 (Vanguard 35099)
- "Black as Night" / "A Long Way From Home" (Vanguard 35115)
- Frost Music 1969 (Vanguard VSD-6520)
- Rock and Roll Music 1970 (Vanguard VSD-6541)
- Through the Eyes of Love 1970 (Vanguard VSD-6556)
- Live At The Grande Ballroom 1969 2001 (Vanguard VSD-6553)
- Early Frost 1969 (Vanguard VSD 79392)
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