“Their music is fun and something I would want to hear live. The vibes are loose and encourage a good time in a Vampire Weekend type of way... the sound is undeniably catchy and well written.”
Fake Frank is an alternative rock band from New York. Their influences span funk legends Funkadelic and The Red Hot Chili Peppers to guitar-oriented rockers The Smiths and Mac Demarco. Fake Frank’s message is meaningful,with lyrics tackling subjects such as mental health, social justice, and identity. By jamming on infectious riffs and creating immersive soundscapes amid animated optics, the band truly stands out live, which makes seeing them a unique experience.
Fake Frank was founded by singer/songwriter Dan Avedis Masotti, great-grandson of Nashville Hall of Famer George Vaughn Horton. Teaming with bassist Jeremy Kaplan and percussionist Harrison Kravis, the band released its debut self-titled album in 2018. Their music has garnered radio play and positive critical feedback, including receipt of The Deli Magazine’s ‘New England Emerging Artist of the Month'. Guitarist Jon Chernack completes the four-piece lineup, which has energized audiences in New England and the greater NYC area.