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Mandolin Mondays #79 w/ Special Guest Frank Solivan

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The outstanding Frank Solivan joins us this week all the way from the windy Grand Canyon! Here Frank plays the classic George Gershwin tune, "Summertime" on his very own handmade Solivan mandolin.



Originally from Alaska via California, Frank Solivan now lives in Alexandria, VA. After a stint playing with the Navy bluegrass band Country Current, Frank set off to start his own progressive group, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen. Since then the band has become one of the most prominent bluegrass/newgrass acts on the scene today--now with 5 studio records and 2 IBMA Instrumental Group of the Year awards. If you've seen them perform in person, then you'll know how deserving they are of those awards. Frank's powerful playing and singing always leaves you wanting more.

Connect with Frank for more info about his recorded music and tour schedule at the links below:

http://dirtykitchenband.com/welcome/
https://store.compassrecords.com/pro...friends-heroes
https://www.facebook.com/frank.soliv...dirty.kitchen/
https://twitter.com/FrankSolivan?lang=en
https://www.instagram.com/fsolivan/

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Updated Jul-03-2017 at 11:03am by dbmandolin

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  1. Mandolin Cafe's Avatar
    "The Grammy winner for best Mandolin Mondays remote recording location goes to..."

    Opens envelope...

    "Frank Solivan!"

    Nicely done.
  2. Chris Bowsman's Avatar
    Awesome video. I cited this to my dad as to a reason smartphones are cool.
  3. John Soper's Avatar
    Tres cool - a great tune and a great location shot!