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Big Head Todd and the Monsters work hard on the road

Big Head Todd and the Monsters work hard on the road

In 1993, a trio of University of Colorado students released a debut album, "Sister Sweetly," as Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Four Top 10 singles, including "Broken Hearted Savior," pushed album sales passed one million. An unknown at the time named Sheryl Crow opened some of the band's tour dates. That same year, the group made its network television debut on "Late Show with David Letterman." Frontman Todd Park Mohr remains proud of the band's biggest — and earliest — accomplishments, but he doesn't sugarcoat their affect on him, even 20 years later. "I've always struggled to keep my career moving forward because that...

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