Sgt. Friday was a popular band throughout the 80's music era in Wisconsin. A few original band members formed while attending college at UW-Oshkosh in Wisconsin and joined up with some local musicians. The band played covers by U2, The Cars, INXS and other bands in this genre' as well as many cuts from their two self-released albums, "G-Men Go Surfing" and "City of Lost Souls". G-Men was self- released in 1986 and was recorded at Irish-Saxe Studios in Appleton with Jim Hendrick. The album started out as a 'Live' demo tape, but turned into a cassette release that sold out it's 750 copies within a month. In 1988, the band then traveled to Iowa to record their second release, "City of Lost Souls". This album was produced by Steve Huston (Original Drummer of Head East) for XFR Productions owned by Pat Maruet. Over 2,000 copies (albums and cassettes) were manufactured and sold. The band was one of the only local bands to have their music played on WIXX 101.1. They also were featured many times on The Rockin' Apple 105.7 Rockin' Cider shows.