John P. Strohm

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John P. Strohm played in a number of indie pop projects during the '80s and '90s, from his roots in playing drums in an Bloomington, IN, punk band to guitarist in Boston's legendary Blake Babies. After their demise, Strohm went on to play guitar in a number of acts, including his own Antenna, Velo Deluxe, Hello Strangers, and even backup for Polara and the Lemonheads while on the road. Strohm released his first solo album, Caledonia, in 1996. Vestavia (a reference to the small Alabama city in which he made his home) followed three years later. Strohm took a break from music in order to focus on his studies after the album was released, graduating from University of Alabama in 2001 and earning a law degree from Samford University three years after that. He released his third studio album, Everyday Life, in 2007. ~ Mike DaRonco

Boston, MA, United States
March 23, 1967
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