Since their 1976 debut, the musical experience that is Street Foxx has been packing them in to rock the house. Jimi Hammonds, on vocals and flute, leads his band down a unique path of classic rock history, performing songs in perfect detail that most musicians will not even attempt to imitate. Rick Gardner on bass keeps the boys on track, while Ed “Whiplash” Wagoner is a sight to behold at the helm of his mighty drum set. Street Foxx’s newest member, Freddie Foster on lead guitar, gets everyone out of their seat with his rendition of Frampton’s most famous hit. Versatility is the secret behind Street Foxx’s success. The guys bring to life the rock and roll favorites from the 70s through the present – highlighting their individual talents with a healthy sprinkling of Jethro Tull and Lynyrd Skynyrd. After 30 years on the rock and roll stage, the men of Street Foxx are quick to point out that their fans are their most important asset, as well as their greatest pleasure. And the fans – most of whom are now considered friends – include Street Foxx among their happiest memories.