Frankie Moreno Will Be The Next Big Thing In Music

Sat, October 13, 2012 6:06pm EST by 3 Comments

After performing on Dancing With The Stars on October 9, people are clamoring for everything Frankie Moreno! The Vegas headliner is the one stop shop for what an entertainer is all about!

Frankie started as a child prodigy pianist, and was first introduced to American audiences at the age of ten with his debut on CBS’s Star Search. Now, named Headliner of the Year in Las Vegas, making national television appearances, and releasing his new self-titled album, Frankie is capturing the attention of millions and leaving an impression that will not soon fade.

When HollywoodLife.com saw his performance on DWTS, we instantly had to speak to the new HollyHunk on what he thought on his performance. Frankie gushed EXCLUSIVELY, “Tonight was an incredible, unbelievable and one of those memorable moments you love to have as an artist. I perform at the Stratosphere in Las Vegas 4-5 days a week and I def get that same feeling of excitement when I am doing my stage show, but, in that ballroom, the energy, atmosphere, the band, the dancers, everything was absolutely perfect for my first national television performance.”

Frankie’s new album, experiments with a new direction, thanks, in part, to collaborating with Producer, Engineer, and guitar legend Pat Thrall (Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, Beyoncé, Justin Bieber). “Frankie is one of the most naturally gifted musicians I’ve worked with. We both shared the same vision for the music on this record, so it was fun and exciting as we went through the process. I think this album will greatly expand his fan base because it truly represents who he is right now as an artist,” says Pat. Once the songs were recorded and mixed, they were sent off for mastering by Howie Weinberg (Muse, Red Hot Chili Peppers, U2, Nirvana).

While developing these songs, Frankie brought in elements he loved from all different genres. He had the opportunity to be involved in so many styles of music, and wanted to infuse a little of each. A huge fan of classical music, incorporated strings, and went with more of a purist approach and Country music has always been awesome for his stories and lyrics are so important to him. Frankie kept the melodies identifiable and made the arrangements very pop and rhythmic. Basically, he tried to capture what the listener might already be thinking, and just play that back to them. With many different singles to be released, a couple called, “Missing You,” “I’m Sorry,” and “Tangerine Honey,” which sang on DWTS, you will understand why everyone is getting hooked to the Frankie Moreno sound.

He is unquestionably an extremely unique artist and an all around talent who puts his heart and soul into his music, his show in Las Vegas is something you don’t want to miss!

So HollywoodLifers, Check out some of his music below!

Missin’ You:

Black Mascara:

I’m Sorry:

Russ Weakland

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Ines Hellendall

Posted at 2:32 PM on October 18, 2012  

I have seen him over 2000 shows for 9 years and always knew from the first time I saw him that he was great and have loved his original music and great piano playing and great karisma. So happy for him. His number one fan. Ines Hellendall

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Tara Conner

Posted at 1:31 PM on October 18, 2012  

This Man is not only sexy Beyond sexy..but every song he sings has an original essence that makes you wana listen to it over and over..and over. can get enough..!!

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Sonja

Posted at 9:15 PM on October 17, 2012  

Yes I think he will be the next Scotty McCreer maybe even bigger no offense Scotty

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