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They performed "Hot and Cold Frog" at a festival in Montreal, and the video is now online. That's Sanjay Kumar on keyboards, David Kerman on drums, Eric Johnson on bassoon, Emily Hay singing and playing flute, and James Grigsby on bass. The composition is Kerman's, and appeared on a 7' single by 5uu's.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-09-06


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Related artist(s): 5uu's, Dave Kerman, U Totem

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