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After recording a bunch of scratch tracks in my home studio I decided in 2010 to achieve a lifelong dream of making a CD of my own music. I finished it in May of 2011 with the help of producer and musician Thomas Becker and the Record Shop in Hermitage. I really don't know where to take it from here, If you like my music let me know!
Why this name?
My real name is Frank Lamb. When I went to get an e-mail address at yahoo I found that frank.lamb and frank.lamm were both already taken, so I figured I'd show THEM a thing or two! Only later did I find out that Phranc is a famous Queercore/lesbian singer. Oh well, I'm kind of a lesbian too I guess...
Do you play live?
I currently play with a Nashville band called The Living. I don't sing much, just play guitar. I love to play out! I hit local songwriter nights and perform sometimes.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
It gives people a great option to get their music out there, though its also very easy to get lost in the shuffle. I guess the really good ones stick out.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Probably not... I am 51 years old and don't have the stamina to support the music by touring. I also seriously doubt they'd ever be interested in someone like me...
I played in a fairly well known band on the gulf coast called UXB in the early 1980s. Played in a local cover band here in Nashville called Big FM for a couple of years. Started recording my own music in late 2010. Currently playing with an all original Nashville band "The Living"
Rush, Collective Soul, Saga, Yes, Dishwalla, Tripping Daisy, The Church, Tears for Fears, Coheed and Cambria
Tokyo is cool, love the Nashville area where I live, Hawaii is awesome, hate Tucson...
Lots of guitars including a Gibson Dusk Tiger Robot guitar, 3 Fender Strats including a Roland guitar synthesizer, an Ibanez RG, various others. Usually play through a Line 6 rig and an Egnater.