×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International, Inc.

Listen toTrout Fishing In Americaon Rhapsody

Trout Fishing In America

About Trout Fishing In America

Fans of Richard Brautigan, get your hopes down -- while the band is named for his novel, the similarities end there. The songwriting duo of Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet met in 1979 as part of a folk-rock band named St. Elmo's Fire. The group broke up soon after, and T.F.I.A. was born, a collaboration that enabled Grimwood and Idlet to explore their love of acoustic music. It so happened most of the songs they dug were also kid-friendly, and they've enjoyed multiple Grammy nominations in the Children's Music category over the years.

Similar Artists

The Mudcakes

Listen toTrout Fishing In Americaon Rhapsody

Fans of Richard Brautigan, get your hopes down -- while the band is named for his novel, the similarities end there. The songwriting duo of Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet met in 1979 as part of a folk-rock band named St. Elmo's Fire. The group broke up soon after, and T.F.I.A. was born, a collaboration that enabled Grimwood and Idlet to explore their love of acoustic music. It so happened most of the songs they dug were also kid-friendly, and they've enjoyed multiple Grammy nominations in the Children's Music category over the years.

About Trout Fishing In America

Fans of Richard Brautigan, get your hopes down -- while the band is named for his novel, the similarities end there. The songwriting duo of Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet met in 1979 as part of a folk-rock band named St. Elmo's Fire. The group broke up soon after, and T.F.I.A. was born, a collaboration that enabled Grimwood and Idlet to explore their love of acoustic music. It so happened most of the songs they dug were also kid-friendly, and they've enjoyed multiple Grammy nominations in the Children's Music category over the years.

Similar Artists

About Trout Fishing In America

Fans of Richard Brautigan, get your hopes down -- while the band is named for his novel, the similarities end there. The songwriting duo of Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet met in 1979 as part of a folk-rock band named St. Elmo's Fire. The group broke up soon after, and T.F.I.A. was born, a collaboration that enabled Grimwood and Idlet to explore their love of acoustic music. It so happened most of the songs they dug were also kid-friendly, and they've enjoyed multiple Grammy nominations in the Children's Music category over the years.

Similar Artists