Frank Fuzz gathered a following in the college town of Kalamazoo, Michigan in the late Nineties, playing several instruments in several bands, including local favorites Monoglot, Berwer, and Gain Soul: The Combustible Collective. A few years into the new millenium, Frank Fuzz took his self-taught knowledge of music and recording to various locations in Southwest Michigan to document an impressive amount of material.
His two official albums "I Quit My Job at Kinkos" and "Dead Birds Always Fly South" (released… read more
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