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Where the Moon Go Hide
  • Artist: Frank L. Wright
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 884501037648
  • Item #: SRD103764
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 9/30/2008
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Where the Moon Go Hide on CD

Frank has created 300+ songs, but just began to professionally record a few of them in the past few years. Where The Moon Go Hide was released in the Fall of 2008. Frank grew up listening to a wide variety of music including rock & roll, classical, and folk. Along the road, some bluegrass and country influences have also crept into his repertoire. Frank credits this to his many sessions with a few good-ol-boys at the local VFW. (One of them claimed to have come in second to Elvis Presley at a 'Battle-Of-The-Bands' Contest in Arkansas in the early 1950's.) They became his friends, mentors, and best critics. Frank is primarily a song-writer but he has occasionally performed at venues in Michigan, Florida, and British Columbia. 'Where The Moon Go Hide' was recorded at Good Noise Studio in 2007. It was engineered & mastered by Daniel Worley and produced by Morris Paul Lippens. Most of the musicians who appear on this album are outstanding songwriters and headliners in their own bands. They include: John Allesee Owen B Brian Brickley John Latini Morris Paul Lippens Tracy Mack Chris Mueller Mickey Richard Jo Serrapere Frank's comment,..'I am honored and truly humbled that so many of my extremely-gifted friends have contributed their exceptional musical talents to give wings to my simple songs.'