John P. Strohm performed in several indie pop tasks through the ’80s and ’90s, from his origins in playing drums within an Bloomington, IN, punk music group to guitarist in Boston’s famous Blake Infants. After their demise, Strohm continued to play acoustic guitar in several functions, including his personal Antenna, Velo Deluxe, Hello Strangers, and also back-up for Polara as well as the Lemonheads while on the highway. Strohm released his 1st solo recording, Caledonia, in 1996. Vestavia (a mention of the tiny Alabama city where he produced his house) followed 3 years later on. Strohm took a rest from music to be able to concentrate on his research after the recording premiered, graduating from University or college of Alabama in 2001 and generating a law level from Samford University or college three years from then on. He released his third studio room album, EVERYDAY ACTIVITY, in 2007.