Blind from birth, Frank’s sound adapts the reverence of being a Harlem native, growing up in the Lincoln Projects.
You can hear Frank perform at some of the most renown jazz clubs, Smalls, The Blue Note, Fat Cat and Showman’s: to esteemed venues as: the United Nations, Gracie Mansion, and St. Peter’s Church. His festival credits include: The Lincoln Center’s Midsummer Night Swing, The Morocco Jazz Festival and Montreal International Jazz Festival. He loves giving back by performing at hospitals and assisted living facilities. Performs with: Valerie Capers, Harold Maybern, John Di Martino, Tadataka Unno, Nat Adderley Jr., Lafayette Harris, Brianna Thomas, Saul Rubin, James Weidman, Jane Monheit, to name only a few.
“Let Me Be Frank” and his latest recording ‘Senior’s Center of Love’ blends all genres: Soul, Jazz and Pop along with original music.
He is not only a talented vocalist but, excels as producer, actor, consultant and entertainer. Currently being featured in The InterContinental Hotels campaign as a blind tour-guide of Central Park. He was Alec Baldwin’s consultant for the movie “Blind.” And most recently, in the television series “What Would You Do?” produced by Famed producer John Quinones.
Accolades include: The National Endowment for the Arts; Second Place winner of the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival “Jazz Voice” Competition and Lifetime Achievement Award from the VISIONS Bronx Advisory Board.
Awards and Honors
National Endowment for the Arts Award
Second Place in the Mid-Atlantic Jazz Festival’s “Jazz Voice” Competition
Lifetime Achievement Award from the VISIONS Bronx Advisory Board
Jamaica Development Corporation Appreciation Award