Aggressive yet introspective, an award-winning and critically acclaimed pianist whose unyielding original compositions and improvisations demonstrate an unpredictable meld of musical styles. These are instrumental pieces without words that tell deeply personal stories. Influenced by Bach, Beethoven, Liszt, Bartók, Zappa, Rush, Miles Davis, Philip Glass, Steve Reich, metal, Tori Amos and more. Delve deeper...
That was my Summer of 69. Yes, 2012 was my best summer ever. All I want to do in life is create… but there’s never enough time. It was probably the summer of 2012 that inspired Lisa and I to create a 5-year plan. As fellow artist, John Campbell, knows, yes, we’ve made a plan. […]
I’m in a Holiday Inn in the lower east side of New York City. Looking out the window, I see rooftops characteristic of what I’ve seen in countless movies and TV shows. NYC has such a vibrancy and rapid pace that’s really unequalled anywhere else. People here are friendly but direct. To be blunt, they […]
The Song Talk Radio guys – Phil, Bruce & Neel – invited Frank onto the show to talk about his song, Waiting…in Three Chords. Seems they had lots of fun talking about song structure and debating whether Frank’s song is more of a pop song or a classically-based song. What do you think?
This week, producer, Jean Martin and I are back to work on the 2nd album for The Frank Horvat Band. I know, not much rest since the first album just came out in January, but the creative juices were pumping this spring and I have a lot of new and exciting musical ideas I’d like […]
Huh? I haven’t given this much thought. It kind of sneaks up on you doesn’t it? I’ve always had that gnawing feeling in my gut that time is running out (that’s pretty much what my new album, I Can See You, is all about) but should 40 make that feeling worse or has nothing changed? […]