Based in a ramshackle house near Portland, Oregon, do-it-yourself mavericks Fred and Toody Cole have been touring for decades as part of the hard-rock band Dead Moon, making and distributing their own records as they raised a family together. Cole made his singing debut in Las Vegas at age 15 (billed as “the white Stevie Wonder”), but his fleeting fame as part of the psychedelic Lollipop Shoppe soured him on show business and started him on his eccentric course. This loving profile by Jason Summers and Kate Fix (2006) uses the Coles’ story to trace the evolution of rock from the early 60s to the present.