Frankie Ballard Channels “Elvis Himself” With Rock & Roll Swagger

Frankie Ballard recently channeled his mid-western roots in a recent Paste session where he played several tracks from his recent album ‘El Rio,’ including a contemporary take on the Bob Seger classic and his next radio single, “You’ll Accomp’ny Me.”

Watch the performance here!

A Michigan native, Frankie grew up on a blend of heartland blues, rock and country, influences that shine through his sound today.

At his recent performance at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom, Frankie captivated the crowd with his rock & roll swagger and serious guitar chops, and a mix of foot-stomping originals. One reviewer (AXS) raved that “It was as if Elvis himself had beamed down from another dimension.

Be sure to keep an eye out for Frankie in 2017!

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