Frank Solivan Interview: “We’re the gateway drug to bluegrass…”

On this Frank Solivan Interview: moving from California to Alaska and hustling like crazy to start his music career, joining the Navy and the ups and downs that came along with this… forming Dirty Kitchen and finally achieving the dream of being an independent artist, being “forced” to sing and the surprise once he started, dealing with the loss of his mom, trusting the universe, making a healthy lifestyle change, being less direct with people and more. GREAT convo!

Frank Solivan is a mandolinist, fiddle player, guitarist, composer, solo artist & leader of the progressive bluegrass band Dirty Kitchen. Frank has 3 solo LPs & 4 LPs with Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen. The band has won Int’l. Bluegrass Music Association Instrumental Group of the year, twice… 2 of their LPs have been nominated for Grammys… Chris Luquette & Mike Munford have both received IBMA awards for guitar and banjo playing, and Frank has one of THE best voices I’ve ever heard.

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