Greenwich Village-based Frank Christian is among modern folk music’s virtuosic guitarists. His heartfelt melodies possess strengthened shows and/or recordings by Nanci Griffith, Christine Lavin, Suzanne Vega, John Gorka, Dave Vehicle Ronk as well as the Smithereens. Christian is definitely equally skilled like a songwriter and vocalist. His tune “Three Plane tickets Up” was a focus on of Nanci Griffith’s Grammy award-winning recording Other Voices, Additional Rooms. Christian started honing his acoustic guitar playing skills at age 13, when he got lessons from jazz guitarist Roosevelt Period. Shifting to Greenwich Town to study books and music at NY College or university, he quickly became associated with the burgeoning acoustic music picture. Although 13 years separated Christian’s 1982 debut single album, Where Had been You YESTERDAY EVENING, and his second single work, From My Hands (which presented guest efforts by Nanci Griffith, Lee Saterfield and Garth Hudson from the Music group), Christian offers maintained a higher quality level. Enthusiasts of Christian’s music didn’t have to wait around for as long for another follow-up documenting. Mr. So therefore, which combines deeply personal renditions of tracks by Blind Willie McTell, Gordon Lightfoot, Jacques Brel and Mance Lipscomb with seven unique tunes, premiered in 1997.