No, this section has nothing to do with hot dogs or sizzlin’ Italian sausages. This is your direct connection to Freds in Cyberspace. Do you have a URL link you would like to share? Let us know and as long as it meets our content and fred-liness standards, we’ll add it to the list.
Fred Sokolow is a versatile “musician’s musician.” Although he is most often seen playing jazz guitar and singing in LA nightspots, he’s just as likely to turn up playing 5-string banjo at bluegrass festivals or rock guitar at studio sessions. You may even spot him playing Dobro or mandolin on those wonderful folk revivals seen on cable and public television. Go to Fred’s site, click here
Fred Herbert Bail Bonds:
Fred Herbert is a member of the Fred Society who has been bailing out Fred’s (and others) for 37 years, after a short career as a Claremont (CA) & Pomona (CA) Police officer. Fred promises that if he can’t get you out, right away, he’ll ask the jailer to give you an extra blanket for those cold nights in your cell. Check out Fred’s site, click here.
Keepin’ up with the Jones’:
Check out Fred Jones’ personal website.You’ll find lots of eclectic stuff here – Fred’s 50th Birthday Party Photos, Descendants of Daniel Jones, Shetland Sheepdogs and links to the Humane Society of America. Check out Fred’s site by clicking here.
Fred’s Fish Rubbings?:
Fred B. Mullett is an extraordinary artist utilizing an ancient art form known as Gyotaku (Japanese name for “fish rubbing”). He not only ‘rubs’ fish, but shells, plants, feathers and much more. Check out Fred’s fantastic art and beautiful website by clicking here.
Photos by Fred:
There’s lots to see on this eclectic website but be sure to check out Fred’s photos (the link below should take you there directly). At the bottom of each photo you’ll see a ‘<‘ and ‘>’ icon. Use these to scroll through Fred’s captivating photo collection. Click here.
Fred’s Tiki Lounge:
If you can’t hop on a jet and experience this world famous watering hole first hand, then check out their new website! You’ll find out the story behind it’s founder, Fred Kulapukapukaupa and learn the secret ingredients to a few of Fred’s award winning tropical drinks. Hula on over to: Fred’s Tiki Lounge. Need to add Fred’s Tiki Lounge Link Here.
Get Some Fred Flare:
Fredflare.com is an on-line gift boutique that sells a variety of fun gifts, accessories, t-shirts, stationery and lots more.The name was derived from Hollywood megatalent, Fred Astaire. “Great design should be as fun and entertaining as an old musical or a modern music video,” states the owners Keith and Chris. Astaire = Flare (The FRED Society has known this for years!). Check out their cool website by clicking here.
Fred Garbo Inflatable Theatre Company:
Fast-paced, energetic, universally engaging and theatrically clever, Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater Co. has won the praise and affection of audiences worldwide. They’ve been seen on the Late Show with David Letterman, at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, on Broadway at the New Victory Theater and on stage and television in Chile, Japan, Ireland and Brazil (just to mention a few). Share their unique inflatable visions by clicking here.
Lynfred Winery is truly one of Chicago’s most unique attractions. Founded in October, 1979 by Owner Fred Koehler and his late wife, Lynn, Lynfred Winery has fueled great expansion in the Illinois grape and wine industry. Lynfred is the oldest continuously operated bonded winery in the state. Savor and sip Lynfred’s website by clicking here.
Fred The Band:
Astounding, amazing, era-defining! These are some of the superlatives that could be used to describe the exciting music of the band ‘Fred’. ‘Fred’ has built a reputation for themselves as Earth’s most hungry band. And when you hear this talented group from Cork, Ireland, you’ll be hungry too…for more ‘Fred’. Check out their cool website by clicking here.
Fred’s Beds has seven stores in North Carolina: Three in Raleigh, one each in Greenville, New Bern, Goldsboro and Wilmington. Soon there will also be a Fred’s Bed in Rocky Mount. So if you live in the area and are looking for a high quality bed, bedroom furniture or other bedroom accessories, check out Fred’s Bed. Tell ’em the FRED Society sent you! Put on your bedroom slippers and shuffle on over to their site by clicking here.
Welcome to Fred: A book by Brad Whittington
Welcome To Fred is a moving and hilarious tale set against the vibrant backdrop of the 1960s and rural America. It is the timeless and classic story of Everyteen in the hands of a master storyteller. Brad grew up in Fred Texas. Find out more about the book and Fred Texas by clicking right about here.
Fred Koller Songwriter and Used Book Store Owner:
Fred Koller has been a professional songwriter since 1973. Fred Koller now lives and works in Nashville, Tennessee. His songs include “Angel Eyes”, a top five pop hit for Jeff Healy, and country hits for Kathy Mattea, Bobby Bare, Gene Watson, Lacy J. Dalton, Bob Gibson, Vern Gosdin, Nanci Griffith, Jerry Lee Lewis, Loretta Lynn, Michael Marin Murphy, Odetta, Pinkard and Bowden, Leon Russell, Shel Silverstein, The Sons of the Pioneers, Tex Williams, Keith Whitley, Lorrie Morgan, and many other artists. Click here.
Early in his career, Fred pursued marketing and advertising but never stopped longing to be a painter. In 1986 he followed his dream and began to paint full time. Check out his awesome acrylic masterpieces (we especially like the cat illustrations), support the arts and buy a few of his works by clicking here.
Museum of Fred:
The paintings represented here were not created by well-known blue-chip artists or artists named Fred. They were created by ordinary people (Bobs, Earls, Debras and others). For unknown reasons they were donated to thrift stores where Fred purchased them. The goal of this museum is to increase the boundaries of the art world because making art is too important to be left only to art professionals. Walk the galleries by clicking here.
Freddie Street Cats:
This site got it’s name from the street these “cool cats” live on in London, UK. Frederick Street was built in the early 1800’s and named after Prince Frederick, younger son of King George the third. Put your paw on your mouse and click here.
Steve “Fred” Hays and Associates:
The award winning graphic design firm that helped create The FRED Society web site. Steve named his son Fred because “it’s a cool name!” Check out their work and savor the cheese by clicking here. Thanks Vern!
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