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Frederick the Younger’s story begins when Jenni moved to Louisville in 2011 and met Aaron Craker (guitar + keyboard), who was performing under the name Dr Vitamin. They instantly bonded over their affection for Elliott Smith and The Beatles, and Cracker’s knack for acute song arrangements.  In 2014 Jenni, Aaron and Matt Kohorst (bass) ventured into the studio to record the initial batch of Frederick the Younger demos.

Flash forward to the summer of 2015 when they met John Barrera, and fell in love with his vintage Fender Mustang guitar sound. Later that summer they were introduced to Dave Givan, who had returned home from playing drums with Jim James (My Morning Jacket) on James’ solo tour… that’s when Frederick the Younger was truly born. It didn’t take long for them to develop a reputation for putting on explosive live shows around the region.

Their debut EP was released July, 2016 and they just finished recording their first full length record "Human Child," which is set to be released on Feb. 3 2017.






Debut LP Human Child is out Feb. 3rd, 2017

Debut LP Human Child is out Feb. 3rd, 2017

"...the lush voice of lead singer Jenni Cochran, which practically struts atop the blues-inspired melody before eventually giving way to a soaring guitar solo — yet another welcome surprise in a song that lets its more anthemic moments evolve naturally." - Consequence of Sound
"Their new single, “Horoscope”, is absolutely brilliant. It is part old-school rock ‘n roll, another part ’60s soul, and 100% awesome. Every element – the reverb-drenched guitars, the pulsating rhythm section, and the soaring vocals of frontwoman Jenni Cochran – is exquisite, resulting in a song that will stay in your head for hours if not days." - The Revue
" You can draw favorable comparisons here to St. Vincent or Angel Olsen, playful beats with a new wave undercurrent that carry remarkable vocals. As an indicator for things to come, this promises to be a remarkable album." - Never Nervous
"The future is bright for these Louisville rockers..." - Consequence of Sound
Consequence of sound
The Revue - "Human Child" album review
Spill - "Human Child" album review
Courier Journal
The Revue
We Listen For You
Beehive Candy
Louisville Magazine
The Revue - Artists to Watch 
Never Nervous
Yab Yum
Power of Pop


Booking: Prater Day: (865-300-2107)

EoN Management: Ferrell Elliott: (502-523-5057)

Press:  Transmission Publicity:

Music licensing: Castle Peak: (310-266-1282)



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