BMS S19E01 FRANK MARINO – (Part 1) Stories of a Hero

Join in the celebration of the release of the storied penultimate concert DVD from one of my heroes. From the moment I first saw him play, Frank took my appreciation of rock guitar to a new level. The incredible performances in the new DVD allow modern generations to feel the same experience today! Frank chats with me from Quebec about everything. First in a two-part series. Hear a track from Frank Marino “Live at the Agora Theatre” somewhere in the middle of this hour-long hang.

Visit MahoganyRush.com to order the brand new 58 TRACK BluRay/DVD/Book!!
Episode presented by Zappiti

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2 Responses to BMS S19E01 FRANK MARINO – (Part 1) Stories of a Hero

  1. Perboir Moreira Filho says:

    The first time I had contact with Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush’s music was more than 40 years ago, in 1978. My first album from Frank is “The Power Of Rock And Roll”, which cover he didn’t approve at all. Since then, he became my number one guitar player, just because he played a lot of guitar solos. But, in the last decade, knowing more about his personality, through tracks like “Since You Came Into My Life” or his immense and painful efforts to finally release this amazing Box Set, I can’t express how much I admire him, as an artist and a human being. That being said, I wish Frank Marino, his family and his band, all the best for many years to come. Best regards from a brazilian music lover.

  2. Perboir Moreira Filho says:

    The first time I had contact with Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush’s music was more than 40 years ago, in 1978. My first album from Frank is “The Power Of Rock And Roll”, which cover he didn’t approve at all. Since then, he became my number one guitar player, just because he played a lot of guitar solos. But, in the last decade, knowing more about his personality, through tracks like “Since You Came Into My Life” or his imense and painful efforts to finally release this amazing Box Set, I can’t express how much I admire him, as an artist and a human being. That being said, I wish Frank Marino, his family and his band, all the best for many years to come. Best regards from a brazilian music lover.

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