Listen & Learn from home!
4/7/20 - As of 3/10/20, we have cancelled or postponed all our in-person teaching and performing engagements through June to do our part to keep everyone safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Stay at Home" has been mandated in North Carolina. We've been staying home since 3/14, and only leaving home for groceries (every other week or so) and the post office (pre-labeled packages dropped off in outside collection point and getting the mail from the PO Box on Tuesdays and Fridays).
Additionally, we are homeschooling our 6-year old and trying our best to keep our fans' and friends' spirits up by sharing music and teaching resources for free (with tips optional!).We hope you will take advantage of this strange season by slowing down and enjoying things you usually don't get a chance to.
We invite you to stay tuned to our Facebook page, where we will be sharing concerts live from our home! As time passes, we may also try using our YouTube channel and Instagram for concerts, videos of certain songs, backstage tours, Q & A, and whatever else we might dream up - with your help. :)
We also have a new group on our Facebook page called e-Learning with Frank & Allie. This is a place where we'll share our live-streamed workshops, teaching materials, and check in with you on what you're learning or would like to learn! We can connect here about private lessons, also. All levels welcome, and all acoustic instruments welcome - though as you probably know, our teaching strengths are banjo, teaching, and singing. :D
Grace and peace and good health to you as we all navigate this unique and challenging time together. May we all practice "treating a stranger right".
Frank & Allie
Treat A Stranger Right
New Album Feb 7, 2020
The new album is WONDERFUL!!! I received it yesterday and glad it's not vinyl because it would be worn out already.
You asked for my favorite song on the album. I don't know...loved them all. I do believe you nailed it...and your recording engineer really did a great job too. It sounds live but nothing overpowers, especially just the right amount of bass.
Please keep recording for the rest of us who dream of playing like you two.