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Frank Sultana

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Awash with vintage guitar tones and primitive rhythms, Frank Sultana’s raw soulful voice bleeds with the experience of the characters he writes and sings about. In one breath, his songs are dark and dirty, joyous and hopeful.

Frank is a storyteller in the traditional sense, inspired by greats like Ray Charles and Bob Dylan, as well as Mississippi blues pioneers like Skip James and Son House. He’s released 4 albums and 3 Eps and has become a permanent fixture on Australia’s live scene, earning a big reputation as a powerhouse singer and gifted songwriter.

Frank has shared the bill with many great artists, including Gary Clarke Jnr, Tony Joe White, Canned Heat, and the New Power Generation, Ian Moss, The Whitlams, The Backsliders, Russel Morris, Diesel, James Reyne, The Fumes, Kingswood, Dallas Frasca, Mojo Juju, Busby Marou, Kira Puru and many many others.

He treads a well worn path between Melbourne and Brisbane, touring both as a solo artist (often incorporating stomp box and looper) or with a band, and has racked up over 100 shows in 2019 in NSW, VIC, QLD and NZ.

His latest album ‘The Blues Diaries Volume 1 Moama to Macleay’ was released in May, and his new single ‘Don’t Sugarcoat It' will be released in March 2020.

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