Frankie Jazz | Bandas Colombianas

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FRANKIE JAZZ was founded in the year 2008 by lead singer and guitarist Joe Vergara after recording his debut album called Let Me Take My Way. It was recorded at "The Emergency Room Studio", of Cage9's lead singer Evan Rodaniche, producer of the record and also lead guitar player for Powerman 5000.

Over its first year, the artist struggled with many of the problems that hit a rock band, but in an accelerate pace, having to work with many line-up changes at an early stage. This did not stop Joe Vergara, who overcame the obstacles and by mid 2009, already had a music video on MTV Latin America, and a #1 hit in his home country.

The name of the band comes from an old children's story written by the band's manager in which Frankie Jazz is the name of the main character, who was an aspiring musician whom along a friend, becomes the world’s biggest Rock star in a very funny way.

The band’s first single and video is called “Let Me Take My Way” like the album, and the video was directed and produced by the famed Colombian video director Al Marenco Sanez. The record is made out of ten Rock master pieces that promise to blow everyone's mind away with its inspired lyrics, catchy melodies and powerful guitar riffs and drum beats. Joe Vergara - Vox . Guitar
Eduardo Jasbon - Bass
Zulu VanBommel - Drums
Pablo Berrío - Guitar
Video de la banda colombiana Frankie Jazz.


Over its first year, the artist struggled with many of the problems that hit a rock band, but in an accelerate pace, having to work with many line-up changes at an early stage. This did not stop Joe Vergara, who overcame the obstacles and by mid 2009, already had a music video on MTV Latin America, and a #1 hit in his home country.

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