Frankie's first band consisted of such fellows as Frank Skufka on banjo, Bull Dunlavey on sax, Al Naglitch on piano, and Lee Novak on drums. Building their reputation gradually, they soon became one of the most popular bands in town. According to Frankie, "We had more personality." He got the idea from Jackie Zorc, one of the old cheese box masters, who always smiled when he played. "I thought Zorc was most fun, so I imitated him, smiling widely. Then I added another touch and stood up and bounced around the stage. I'd always tell the guys, come on, let's act alive, like we're having a good time and it made a big difference."

The Dead Rock Stars Club, an extensive list of dead rock stars and people related to rock, when and how they died with links to sites about them - The 1980s


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