MP3 Frank Rose - this is now that was then
Komplettes MP3 Album von Frank Rose
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Get on board early with this future superstar. Chock full of radio friendly hits and country credibility.
Käufer, die sich für (Garth Brooks Eagles Alan Jackson) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Country singer-songwriter Frank Rose has recently wrapped up recording his second full length album entitled "this is now that was then."
"We got the best of the best on this record," Rose said, referring to the musicians who recorded with him. Four of the band members are well known for playing with Dwight Yokam, including the producer of "this is now that was then," Al Bonhomme. "Al has put together some of the finest musicians in country music today," Frank went on to explain. "Our fiddle player, Larry Franklin plays with Alan Jackson and Shania Twain. John Molo, the drummer, plays with Phil Lesh and Winona. Even our horn player is huge!" Trumpeter Lee Thornburg is well known for playing with the Tower of Power and on Jay Leno's Tonight Show.
Frank penned nine of the twelve tracks on the album, chosing one song from Nashville writer Stanley T, a song from former bandmates in Arizona, while a cover of rock band Poison's 1988 hit "Every Rose Has It's Thorn" rounds out the record.
The first video, currently in production in LA, will be for "Tennessee Rain." "We actually let the director pick the song," Frank said, referring to Dermott Downs, who last year was nominated for Video of the Year at the County Music Awards. Downs has a long list of Directing and Cinamatography credits including the hit TV show "CSI."
"Just like the musicians on the CD, we pulled no punches and went for the best of the best in recruiting Dermott to shoot our video," Frank said. "The album will get people's attention, when they see the video, they'll be blown away."
Frank Rose's country career began about ten years ago with a move to Arizona. Initially, Frank played bass and sang back-up for local bands, occassionally opening up for national acts at the Desert Sky Pavillion in Phoenix and at the Country Thunder USA Series alongside stars like Leann Rimes and Trace Adkins. As Frank started writing more and more songs on his own, he gradually moved to the front of the stage, taking lead of the band. He moved his act into the recording studio in 1998, independently releasing his first country album, "Hell Or High Water," which landed him airplay on KDKB and KNIX in Arizona. In 2002, Frank recorded the patriotic anthem "How About You," which garnered more attention from the industry insiders leading him to recording his second album. "How About You" also turned heads in Lake Elsinore, CA where Frank paraded with Marines returning from active duty in Iraq. "The Lake Elsinore experience was amazing," Frank said, "These guys and gals, heroes each of them, along with the Colonel and the Mayor were out there chanting my song!" Franks still gets the feet moving out in California playing gigs at Cowboy Palace Saloon in Chatsworth as well as Dan and Cyn's Hideaway in Kagel Canyon.