- Tenor: Jared "Fred" "Pookie" Carlson
- Lead: Rick "Fred" LaRosa
- Bari: Clay "Fred" Hine
- Bass: Joe "Fred" Clay
- 1991 - 1st
|Simply FRED (1997)||Get Happy (1998)||Putting the HA in HArmony (2000)||The FREDinci Code (2006)|
|Disc 1||Disc 2|
|Hello, Hello, Hello||I've Got Rhythm||Introduction||The Meaning Of FRED||Zippity Doo Dah|
|Church Bells||Just the Way You Look Tonight||Keep Your Eye On The Girlie You Love / Somebody Stole My Gal Medley||All By Myself||Me and My Shadow|
|Fit As A Fiddle||Streets Of Laredo||Ballin' The Jack||Top Ten Parody||Wonderful World|
|When I Fall In Love||Muskrat Ramble||Harmony Lanes / Bowling Shoes Parody||Name The Champs Parody||Little Brown Jug|
|Let's Get Away From It All||Ya Gotta Know How To Dance Medley||Four Girl Medley Parody||We'd Like To Trade Our Silver Parody||Amazing Grace|
|Herman And Sally||Love's Old Sweet Song||I Wish That We Could Someday Make Top Ten||Connelly's Back In Town||That's Amoré|
|This Little Light Of Mine||I Will Never Marry||Love's Old Sweet Song||Nincompoopie/Side by Side||I Gotta Be E|
|The Song Has Ended||I Can't Give You Anything But Love/LOVE Medley||I've Got Rhythm||If You Can't Tell The World She's A Good Little Girl||Can Can|
|Blue Skies||I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm||Fit As A Fiddle||Judge's Parody||Embraceable You|
|Write Myself A Letter||Old Folks At Home||You Are My Sunshine||Who'll Take Fourth Place||FRED Vegas Medley|
|Ballin' The Jack||Please Kind Sir||Sweet Adeline||Where Does the Time Go|
|Harmony Lanes/Bowling Shoes||I Don't Know Why||AIC Parody|
|Big Time Gutter Ball||Jungle Book Medley||I Can't Give You Anything But Love|
|Someone's Rockin' My Dreamboat|
As you can tell by the name, FRED is anything but your typical barbershop quartet. In fact, from their distinctive sound and unique sense of humor to the speed in which they have risen to the top of the craft, very little about FRED is normal.
FRED (Jared "Pookie" Carlson, tenor; Rick LaRosa, lead; Clay Hine, bari; Joe Clay, bass) was less than one year old as a quartet when they won the 1991 Dixie District Quartet Championship.
As members of the Marietta, Georgia chapter they gained a huge following in International quartet competition between 1992 and 1999 with their creative and off the wall sense of humor with parodies and poking fun at the audience, judges and themselves.
To the delight of their fans FRED won the barbershop quartet gold medals in 1999. They have gone on to entertain extensively across the United States and around the entire world for a wide variety of corporate and public audiences and have produced several top selling CDs.
As they openly admit, a quartet by any other name would be another quartet.