Record producer, Soul singer, and songwriter Frank McComb is a popular name when it comes to Soul music. Frank McComb’s contribution to Soul music has earned him the love of millions of fans. The record producer and singer has also collaborated with a lot of legendary artists and actors. This includes “Prince”, “Will Smith”, “Chaka Khan”, “George Duke”, and “Najee” amongst others. 

Early Life

Born in Cleaveland on 15th July 1970, Frank McComb started playing piano at the age of twelve. Taught by an aunt, Frank used to learn the piano at his family church. His interest in music eventually transformed into his passion. Although he did attend a school for the performing arts. Frank McComb was more inclined toward playing at nightclubs in Cleveland along with seasoned musicians. 

Music Career

After graduation, Frank McComb was approached by Atlantic Records to be part of “The Rude Boys”. The Rude Boys was a male R&B singing group. During the early 1990s, Frank was promoted to musical director for the group. He toured extensively with the group. Later on, Frank moved to Philadelphia and started working for Gamble & Huff. This is where he had his first record deal with Motown Records. However, he eventually moved to Los Angeles and opted out of his contract. During the early 2000s, McComb also toured as a musician for Phillip Bailey and Teena Marie. 

Eventually, in 2003, Frank McComb released his first independent set “The Truth”. Produced by Steve Harvey, “The Truth” also featured contributions from Ledisi, Billy Preston, and Paulinho Da Costa. Frank’s next release “Straight From The Vault” was released in 2005. This was a collection of 12 tracks that included both vocal and instrumental compositions. Straight From The Vault was self-written and self-produced by Frank. In 2006, the Soul singer and songwriter also released the concert recording “A Tribute to the Masters”. 

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