New York Recording Artist Frank Palangi™ fuels a feeding frenzy of positive rock.
Frank's attractive energetic attitude fuses with a gritty deep voice molding him recognizable. His lifestyle and image is not one of party every day and every night as you may think rockers do. Grounded with a hard work ethic and positive image, Palangi consitantly crafts fresh creativity providing his fans with new material. Wearing hats of a singer/songwriter, mult-instrumentalist, and self promoter, he still has time interacting through social media and gigs with his dedicated fans.
He says, “I have no plan b on backing down on my dreams.” He states, "Growing up, I've dealt with medical issues that has had a major impact on my lifestyle and learning how to adapt and overcome challenges. Somehow it's let me reroute illness into a strength along with the way I was raised. It lead me to my passion, determination and will to fight on. The music industry itself is tough but doesn't scare me to break up some doors to acheive my dream.”
CREDITS: Starting his solo project in 2006, learning how to record demos, playing local coffee houses making little money, to growing into a self made full time artist. Gaining ground in the North East U.S, he's shared stages opening for national acts 3 Doors Down, Aaron Lewis (Staind), Buckcherry, Starset, FUEL, TRAPT/Candlelight Red/Veer Union, Powerman 5000/HEDPE, Young Guns, HURT, Jess Malin (Former D-Generation singer), IM5 also winning the spot on the Uproar Festival in Saratoga NY sponsored by Ernie Ball opening for Alice in Chains/Jane’s Addiction to popular regional acts including Prospect Hill, Bad Axis, Sirsy, Deluka, and more. He's received national press features with GuitarWorld.com, Revolver Mag.com, Music Now Magazine, Young Celebrity News, The Examiner.com, Mi2n.com, and more including internet radio, local NY TV performances with Fox23 News, News Channel 13 (NY), TV8, Plattsburgh TV and newspaper features in the Albany Times Union, Saratoga Spotlight News, The Chronicle, The Poststar including winning "BEST IN THE REGION" award in 2011/2012, and “Best Local Solo Musician” Metroland 2015. Whether he is playing a restaurant or playing on a stage with a crowd of people in front, you are in for a truly energetic, consistent and enjoyable performance acoustically or with a full act.
DISCOGRAPHY: Sparking the attention from industry professionals, Palangi has released "Frank Palangi EP" 2011, "I Am Ready EP" 2013 (Nominated for Best Rock Single at the LA Music Awards) and newly released single called “Break These Chains” produced by Brian Craddock from the successful band Daughtry. It is an instant fan favorite and next direction in Palangi’s career all ready winning the Akademia Music Award for May 2015 for "Best METAL/POP SONG" and charting in the top 10 with various internet radio stations.
"Palangi's hard-hitting track features intense metal musicianship, top-notch production, and songcraft worthy of Metallica at their best." - Akademia Music Awards
-"Frank’s natural talent and certifies that he can write songs that compete with the big boys of rock." Jamsphere Magazine.
- "Frank is an amazing young artist with a very clear and focused direction... Frank knows who he is! A killer singer and guitar player, the "Break These Chains" recording session came together very quickly and easily here at The Cat Room (Virginia recording studio). Frank Palangi is an artist to watch out for in 2015!" – Brian Craddock
Frank’s catalog has included members of Christian rock band “Pillar” with drummer Lester Estelle jr (Kelly Clarkson) and guitarist Noah Henson, including drummer Michael McManus (Saving Abel, 12 Stones, Scott Stapp) and Scotty Derrico, Grammy nominated band Day of Fire, Full Devil Jacket singer Josh Brown to working with nashville producer Rob Coates (David Archuleta , Rich Redmond, Mark Wills), Rogers Masson (Marilyn Manson, Vintage Trouble), Robert Venable (Megadeth, Disciple), and Guitarist/Producer Brian Craddock (Daughtry) to mastering engineers Gavin Lurssen (Robert Plant, Foo Fighters), Reuben Cohen (Rob Zombie, Snoop Dog), Grammy winner Brad Blackwood (Three Days Grace, Korn). Recordings done at Rivergate Studios (Chris Henderson from 3 Doors Down), The Cat Room, American Recordings, SoundStage in Nashville, Frank's home studio and more.
-Endorsements: WB Gear - (InTune Guitar Picks Inc., Best-Tronics Pro Audio, SITStrings, BigBlends, Prestige Guitars, GuitarGifts4U, Mental Case), Spector Guitars, Artists in the Plus, Slappm
-Supporters: Supercuts, Step Up Presents, Kyser Musical Products (Artist support program), WashamManagement, 1FaceWatches, Celebridge.com, Braathe Enterprises, J. Sargent Photography, Jeff Knight (Seven-13 Productions), The Cat Room Recording Studio, Total Entertainment, Go-Kart Promotions, PurleRosePR, JukesterPR, Jivewired, Stageit.com.
-Merch Vendors: Tinman Merchandising, Victory Records, Cafepress.com, Zazzle.com
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BACKSTORY: Fate crossed paths catching the ears of a Grammy nominated rock band “Day Of Fire” while attending one of the bands last club performances in 2010 in Clifton Park, NY at Upstate Concert Hall. Being one of Frank's influences in the positive rock genre, he made contact with Josh Brown (also singer from Full Devil Jacket) at the show and took his demo CD. A few days later, their producer Rogers Masson (worked with Marylin Manson, Vintage Trouble) made contact with Frank after being impressed with his material and soon after began production on the debut “Frank Palangi EP” released in 2011. The sessions were held in music center of the world, Nashville, TN. Rogers said, “This is the baddest rhythm section in the land, and along with the vocal guidance from Josh, Frank’s songs are going to turn out amazing.” Mastered by Mult-Grammy award winner Gavin Lurssen (Rober Plant. Foo Fighters, Eric Clapton, Queens of the Stone Age). Frank says "My first EP grew my sound into the place where it needed to be get to the next level, steering it toward a more mainstream sound. I had so much fun flying down to TN with my experiences in the music mecca. I met a lot of great musicians and was absorbed in the culture. It gave me a platform to stand on and led to opportunities in radio, national shows, and the start of an online presence."