b. 1 Sept 1928, Fostoria, Alabama, USA. After performing in chapel as a kid, Frank ‘Honeyboy’ Patt trained himself guitar immediately after emigrating to LA, California, in 1952. There he shaped a musical collaboration with pianist Gus Jenkins, also from Alabama. 2 yrs later Patt produced his 1st record, with Jenkins, released on the Niche Records label, a robust blues causing the scene of the murder, ‘Bloodstream Stains WITHIN THE Wall structure’. Although years later on this had become thought to be something of the classic, it produced little impact at that time, and he previously only one even more record released, in 1957, once again with Jenkins. More than the next 10 years, he worked mainly beyond your music business, but his profession liked a revival in the 70s, with further documenting function and live looks.