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My World

My World is an award-winning collection of kids’ songs that give grown ups a peek into a child’s world — and vice versa. “If this doesn’t brighten your day, nothing will,” says FamilyFun magazine. Chicago Parent put it like this: … Continue reading

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Reel Life

Reel Life, an album by Grammy nominees Trout Fishing in America, is danceable folk rock with world music influences. Songs The Number Of That Truck Lightning More Than Love Don’t Let The Stars Get In Your Eyeballs Sleepytime Cartoon Eleven … Continue reading

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Who Are These People?

A review in Music Monthly describes Who Are These People? as “a new direction for folk music,” but you’ll find it danceable, too. Songs Carry Me There’s A Panther In Michigan Never Look Down Who Are These People? Serious About … Continue reading

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Mine

Mine is an award-winning album from Trout Fishing in America, available on CD and MP3. Songs Boiled Okra And Spinach 18 Wheels On A Big Rig (Written by Heywood Banks South Hand Music) Mine! Hall Of A Hundred Doors Swimming … Continue reading

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Over the Limit

Over the Limit was named Indie Pop Album of the Year in 1992, cementing Trout Fishing in America’s reputation as (in the words of Nashville Scene) “one of the most energetic and innovative” bands around. Just A Little While You … Continue reading

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Big Trouble

Trout Fishing in America knows what it’s like to fear getting into Big Trouble because monsters came over to play. This and more than a dozen other childhood experiences are chronicled in Big Trouble, and award winning album from the … Continue reading

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Truth is Stranger than Fishin’

Truth is Stranger than Fishin’ is the debut release from four time Grammy nominees Trout Fishing in America. Brian Mansville of Nashville Scene writes, “Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet-who take their name from a Richard Brautigan novel of the 1960s-sound … Continue reading

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