Frank Maston’s musical inspiration follows the same magical, sunny and harmonious path that some of the past fifty years’ greatest pop composers (Brian Wilson, Lee Hazlewood, Van Dyke Parks) took. In imagining beautiful melodies that intertwine over emotional musical atmospheres and lyrical situations, he creates more that just a song but a shining reflection of his soul’s inner feelings. His latest and first album proper, Shadows, was released last year by Trouble In Mind on the same day as label-mate Jacco Gardner’s Cabinet of Curiosities, and although both artists’ music can be considered similar in terms of sensitivity and attention to detail, little did Bill and Lisa Roe know that the two would become best of friends and eventually play around the world together in Jacco‘s band.
Frank’s veins are genetically filled with sunshine: a Los Angeles native of Italian descent from both parents – this was his first time in Italy when we met at
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