Although my past accomplishments include favorable reviews in all the major media, (Playboy, Rolling Stone, New
Yorker, Washington Post, etc.), appearances on Nationwide Television, (CBS), tours of the USA & the World, features on
NPR programs, ("All Things Considered", etc.), ample airplay on a variety of radio stations in all the major formats
and markets, I am now recording the music that I hope will break on the radio with an impact that will achieve the number
on the charts that will bring an even higher recognition to my work. I have over 1000 songs to record so it's hard to
choose what to release first. I'll also be releasing albums for collectors in the meantime so check my store page on
this website often. Party on!
"Musically, there is no one like Frank. He's a guy who can play, sing, and write any kind of music. He writes picture
perfect Merseybeat, surf, rockabilly, garage, pop, & any other type of rock you wanna hear. Frank can do anything!"
2008, Darrell Anderson, Promotion/Publicity/Marketing, Hightone Records
"Frank Lee Sprague, King of the Guitar; the mastery of
Frank's nimble fingers play the fretboard like a concert
grand piano. If Steinway made a guitar, it would sound like
Frank was playing it, for sure. The guitar is Frank's
open-ended canvas, on which he can paint any musical
picture. For proof, seek out one of this modern musical
master's classical recordings.
The 'Axe Man Who Cometh', the 'Gee-tar Guru', the
aforementioned 'King of Guitar'. There is simply no one like
Frank Lee Sprague!"
Alan Haber, Buhdge Magazine, Feb 2008
"Pure rock guitar...a guitar wizard in his own right!"
Richard Banks, Christmas Reviews.com, Dec 2007
unquestioningly fabbest of them all"
"Pig" Gold, Ear Candy Magazine, May 2007
"Frank makes great music and is a talented musician
and all-around good guy. His LP's are really kickin'.
All of you should hear his stuff; it's great!"
Steve Hoffman, April 2006
"In an extremely impressive feat of inspiration and musicianship, Frank Lee Sprague produces a set of songs that
are both original and true to the spirit of an era." Gary Glauber, PopMatters.com, March 2005
….”Because he is extremely
and to understand originality, the understanding
has to have originality himself, and as
this is a rare matter
of the mind, (this originality), he has
suffered like every
person in the realm of science and philosophy.
They have all suffered the difficulty that
they are not
understood naturally by persons who are
less original than
That is the price the human mind pays for
for being creative, for producing something
which is quite
different from every thing which has been
known in that
country before him.”