Frankly Speaking Music

Frankly Speaking Music

Frankly speaking is the monicker for Jordon Frank, a singer/songwriter, producer, and performer based in Cincinnati, OH. At a young age, Jordon played piano and eventually joined in various choirs throughout middle and high school. While attending Rollins College in Orlando, FL, he studied music and graduated with a degree in music performance. After senior year, Jordon recorded a 3 song demo in the summer of 2006 with Producer/Singer-Songwriter Randall Shreve and moved to Los Angeles. While in LA, Jordon went by the name “Frankly Speaking” and along with producer Toby Semain, he recorded his debut album titled “Edit, Undo” in 2007. It didn’t take long to get recognized, and his single “Wasting all my time” was nominated at the LA Music Awards for best punk vocal. The song was also featured on Saturday Night Magazine’s compilation “Saturday Night Loud” along other artists such as Lifehouse, Luna Halo, Kate Nash, The Midway State, and more. For his second album, Jordon worked with producer Alex Sardot AKA Dskotek, and in 2009 released “The Death of Chivalry”. After two years in Los Angeles, Jordon decided to move back to his hometown of Cincinati, OH. Since then, he has teamed up with Producer Paul Otten and released 3 more albums, and has personally produced music which can be heard on retail radio, MTV’s “16 and Pregnant”, as well as advertisements for GE, and more. He is also part of the Pop-Punk band “Attention Deficit Squirrel” which is recording their first EP August, 2016.

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