When you come to see Lets Be Frank you'll hear a wide range of songs. Songs that you know and love, songs you forgot you loved, songs you hear today... but
mostly songs that will make you wanna sing and dance. Playing hits from the 50's through today the band tailors its sets to the venues where it plays. We
pride ourselves on our harmony vocals. Having four singers and two synthesizers in the band helps us recreate the songs as you know them.
Let's Be Frank, you are wondering where the name came from. Well the band started as an acoustic act made up of three Franks; Frank Trombino
(bass/vocals), Frank Cecere (guitar/vocals), and Frank Gualtieri (guitar/synth/vocals) so we had no choice but to be "Frank". That three piece has grown
into a six piece band.
The band's goal is to take the older crowd back to their youth, the younger crowd onto the dance floor and to have everyone thirsty enough to
keep the barmaids/bartenders busy all night. The band is available for clubs, restaurants, corporate events, weddings, and
just about any occasion.
The current lineup includes the three Franks as well as long time friends Patrice Devincentis (keys/synth/vocals), Rudy Ayala (drums/percussion)
and the fantastically talented Lizz Berkowitz (vocals/percussion). Four of the six band members sing and two play synthesizer so the sound is big.
Those voices along with the two synthesizers allows the band to cover a wide range of songs. When you come to a Let's Be Frank show you'll hear
the stripped down guitar sounds in Buddy Holly's That'll be the Day and the lush strings in Etta James' At Last, the harmony vocals of the Four
Seasons, The Mama's and Papas, and Crosby Stills and Nash and the big horns in Chicago's Saturday in the Park and Portugal the Man's Feel it Still.
As seasoned, professional, and experienced musicians the band always delivers and always entertains. We hope to see you seeing us!!!
You can find out more about the band members by clicking here
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