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About THE CARPET FROGS
Acclaimed as Toronto's best party band,
The Carpet Frogs formed in 1993 when Just Alice front man Nick Sinopoli teamed with infamous jam band Ground Zero.
Canadian rocker Greg Godovitz (GODDO) was a member of the band until 1996. His tenure resulted in the group's sophomore release Frog Curry. The album charted nationally and garnered a U.S. distribution deal.
In 1995, The Carpet Frogs received dual nominations as Central Canada Independent Artist Of The Year and Q107's Best Independent Act.
In 1998, the band captured the attention of Canadian Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame member Burton Cummings. After an impromptu jam at a local Toronto pub, The Carpet Frogs became The Burton Cummings Band.
After performing as The Bachman Cummings Band on the nationally televised CBC special and DVD Bachman Cummings: First Time Around The Carpet Frogs joined the two Canadian rock icons on a seventeen-city Canadian tour.
The band then backed Burton on his 2010 combined CD/DVD release, Above the Ground.
By invitation of the Canadian government, The Carpet Frogs entertained 20,0000 Canadian, American, and Australian troops in the Middle East cities of Dubai and Kandahar.
2017 saw the group entertaining at the Pre-Junos Warm-Up Party then rocking on stage with Burton following his solo induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
As The Carpet Frogs
As Burton Cummings' band
They have since appeared with Burton throughout Canada and the U.S., performing at the millennium New Years Eve national CTV broadcast, the 2003 opening of the Burton Cummings Theatre, and in Vancouver during the 2010 Olympics.
Recorded in 2003, The Carpet Frogs’ second release Everything Is Beautiful continues on the market. Their third independent CD release, Pretending to Fly, is in the works.
In 2005, The Carpet Frogs performed with
Burton and legendary artist Randy Bachman as iconic pair were inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame.
That same year saw the band accompany Burton and Randy for the nationally televised JUNO Awards and the worldwide broadcast of the Live 8 concert.