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B Frank

Rank #2 US Chandler, AZ Americana / Glue Brass Music / Woogie Boogie Mu...


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Sounds Like: Brian & Barbara

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Bio: Pioneer and originator of "Glue brass" music, and at it's finest!! So far none have done it better! National resonator guitars. Metal finger picks and slide. Americana style leaning towards country, bluegrass and blues. Fiddle playing with old time harmonies. Sad songs turned happy! Heartbreak wi... See Full Bio

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Posted a new song: "Tell Me What You See - Beatles cover" http://www.reverbnation.com/q/52cgym #music


“AUGUST 16th Saturday night at Talebu Coffee and Wine will be a night of local talent "The Great Talebu Local Music Experiment No. 1" Thanks to everyone who came out to play and support!!! Simply Mary - Cody Lima - Adam Burriel - Rick Strole -”
—  B Frank
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  • Susan Muranty (Artist) Susan Muranty
    Just love Could Have Had Religion!!! Shades of Keith Richards and Muddy Waters in this … sultry and powerful. Fantastic stuff!
  • Gofer (Artist) Gofer
    Could Have Had Religion carries a dynamite bluesy sound with it, that makes it a great listen for everyone who has even a hint of blues love in them.
  • Ben Blue Waters (Artist) Ben Blue Waters
    Great stuff B, inventive and traditional at the same time :)
  • Steve McNulty (Artist) Steve McNulty
    Some mighty fine pickin", B Frank.
  • Electric Angel (Artist) Electric Angel
    Nice, brings back fond memories of my former acreage. Wishing you much success
  • Rose Lisa (Artist) Rose Lisa
    Hi B Frank. It is a pleasure to visit your page. I am enjoying a listen to Could of Had Religion. I love your chilling performance and soulful vocal delivery. Best wishes!
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Q: Really enjoy your music! Never seen anybody play slide on a mando before. Are you using on open tuning or standard tuning?
A: standard and mostly hanging on the bottom two strings - currently working on some slide banjo!

Asked by Steve Kraemer. Answered on Tue Jun 03 2014

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