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David Michael Frank


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At 12 years old, David’s father put forth the idea of getting a Fender Stratocaster into his hands. He had no idea that he would be introducing his son into a lifelong journey of music, imagination and creativity.

Now, David Michael Frank is a promising, young talent hailing from the Seattle area and is presently very active in the Eugene, Oregon music scene while finishing his academic life. Frank is not only an experienced composer and stage performer, but also has several years experience with arranging, teaching, production, recording and engineering, and is also quite adept with multiple instruments including voice, guitar, bass, drums and piano.

As luck would have it, one of David’s first guitar teachers was Roger Fisher, the founding guitarist for the band Heart. David developed a deep understanding of the guitar as an extension of his musical imagination. With Roger’s help, David developed his musical ear and focused on the details of improving his guitar skills. He also developed his skills for composition, arrangement and the importance collaborative instrumentation with other musicians. David’s application of these skills can be heard throughout his repertoire.

Expanding his horizons, and as his voice was maturing, David became associated with and studied under the direction of David Serkin-Poole, professional vocalist, tenor, and Senior Cantor of Temple B’nai Torah in Bellevue, Washington.

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  • memoriesofkyoto

    I love the Showdown In Little Tokyo score, one of my fave movies of all time!

    8 Oct 2008 Reply

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