Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen

Jun 14, 2011 |  0 comments
Date: Jun 14, 2011 Time: 
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In the late 1990s, Frank Solivan II could be heard at bars or folk festivals somewhere in Alaska almost every weekend. Burly and bald, his powerful tenor pipes and fabulous skills on mandolin and fiddle put him in high demand on the local country and bluegrass scene. Solivan grew up with music in his hometown, Modesto, Calif. His mom and dad were both active musicians and bluegrass enthusiasts. Young Frank won contests as a fiddler, banjo player and earned the position of second chair cello in the California All-State Honor Orchestra. Now with his band, critical acclaim keeps pouring in – “Wow… incredible music by a great combination of players. These guys have the whole package – they can sing, play and write extremely well! This is the best new bluegrass band…” ~Rob Ickes

visit his website: http://dirtykitchenband.com/

tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of show

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