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The Boat Drunks
Bob Karwin
Brent Burns
British Beat 66
Calypso Nuts
Caribbean Blue
Dani Hoy
Dave Calhoun
Dennis McCaughey and Tropical Soul
Jerry Diaz & Hanna's Reef
Jambo Joe Bones
James White - 'Sunny Jim'
Jim Morris
Jimmy and the Parrots
John Friday
John Frinzi
John Reno
John Sieger
Jus 4 Fun Band
Larry Joe Taylor
Keith Sykes
Kelly McGuire
Kevin Mulvenna
Matt Wahl
Michael 'Crawdaddy' Crawley
Mike Broward
Mike Mangum
Paul Roush
Peter Cooper
Rob Mehl
Stars on the Water
Tall Paul
Thom Shepherd
Tropical Soul
Will Kimbrough

Wisconsin Venues

Trop Rock World

The Aries Angels

Sponsors of house concerts, sellers of mass amounts of merchandise, unwavering supporters of independent music, non-stop smiles and three truly amazing people - Cheri Robertson, Karen Saylor and Patti Janco.

Chippewa Valley Parrotheads (Chippewa Falls, Wis.)
Gates Music Management
Green World Gallery - Key West
Loyal Order of the Caribbean Soul (Madison, Wis.)
Milwaukee Area Parrothead Association
Parrotheads in Paradise
Pirates in the Harbor (Door County, Wis.)
St-MinneSomePlace Parrothead Club (Mpls. Minn.) - Stories, music, photos from the escapist lifestyle
The Wacky Parrot (Tropical clothing)



Amy Beidleman

amy-photo1.jpgLongtime Eau Claire friend Amy Beidleman has turned her watercolor paintings into a series of greeting cards, perfect for saying thank you, hello or anything else that crosses your mind. "Beautiful and colorful art in small, neat packages."

Artist Koz - Green World Gallery

koz_artwork.jpgIn Key West - and in many other areas - he's simply known as "Koz," an unabashed supporter of all things artistic. He and his wife, Pamela, are the proprietors of Koz's Green World Gallery in Key West. In addition to a wide-range of tropical-themed art, Koz often hosts live music featuring singer-songwriters in the gallery.

Gerald Cooley

gerald_cooley_thumb.jpgGerald Cooley simply calls himself a "paint slinger." You can find examples of his work on his website, State of Mind Art. According to Facebook, the current measure of social acceptability, we have more than 450 mutual friends in the Trop-Rock music world.

Green Woman

dianne_wickes_1_resized.jpgDuring Meeting of the Minds in Key West, Green Woman often can be found sketching out scenes of interest on bar napkins, coasters or other bits of usable paper, creating artwork that is deemed an instant collectible. She also has done commissioned work for trop rock artists such as the Rum Punch Bandits, The Yard Dogs, Hugo Duarte and Jimmy and the Parrots, as well as donating artwork to most Parrothead event auctions.

Jewelry - Island Style

Island-Style_Jewelry.jpgBeth Molesworth's Jewelry Island Style & More was inspired by many trips to the Caribbean, specifically the island of Jamaica. "We visit the Caribbean often or if we can't get there we will visit the Florida Keys for the domestic version of the Caribbean. On each trip we bring back new ideas, inspiration and native beads and shells for our designs. Everything you see is hand made in our southwestern Wisconsin studio."

Lyn Bezemek

lyn_bezemek_1.jpgLyn Bezemek, founder of the illustrious 'Cheeseburger in Caseville' festival in Caseville, Mich. has turned her talents toward the canvas. Here's how Lyn describes the process.

"We bought a home in Villa Borinquen in 2004, and I retired from Michigan Public Schools in 2005, moved 27 degrees south and pursued a new hobby. I ordered a beginners acrylic art set, some canvas, and an easel. I decided to see what was hidden in an unused portion of my brain."