Here's where singer-songwriter Frank Ian toots his own horn.
Band: Frank Ian (with bass player Bruce Locke)
Sounds Like: "Like a whistle blast from a train roaring past"
Fun Fact: "We're both look much taller on stage and are more sober than we appear."
Playing: Prosperity Social Club (1109 Starkweather Ave.) tonight and on August 20
Why You Need to See Them: "We offer a blend of goth/cowboy and emo and western ... quirkiness abounds." —Frank Ian
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