One of the most multi-talented artists of our time, Frankie Moreno is
an explosive performer who has commanded audiences all across the
country with his high-energy music. His songs are brilliantly crafted
and his playing is virtuoso.|
Born in the small beach town of Santa Cruz, California, Moreno first came to the attention of American audiences with a television appearance on the nation-wide talent contest “Star Search” in 1989. For over a decade, Frankie watched his popularity escalate around the country, even as he chose to remain unsigned from any major record labels.
Moreno’s success has afforded him total creative control in his music. He has established his own record label, Bermuda Records, and is able to release his recordings his way. Each of his previous world wide selling albums have been different, never painting the same picture twice.
Frankie’s album "29 Royal Street", a sort of retro throw back to the 60’s, was distributed throughout Europe, which eventually led to radio stations all over playing their favorite Frankie songs. "Blue Paper, Blue Ink” and “Fallin’ In Love” were in steady rotation on many European pop and country stations.
"Thirteen" is a deep groove collection of songs showing the intense musicianship between Frankie and his band. “I like to keep changing the styles of my albums to keep it interesting to myself. I love all styles of music and would hate to be stuck to just one. Nothing’s more boring than playing the same type of thing twice,” Moreno says. That outlook has given Frankie a following of all ages.