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Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen On The Edge of New Album

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On The EdgeFour years after leaving the US Navy's Country Current to lead his own powerful roots ensemble, Frank Solivan and his hot band Dirty Kitchen, have lots to celebrate, including 3 WAMMIE's, a nomination for IBMA's Emerging Artist of the Year, and a new record deal with Compass Records

With their highly anticipated album On the Edge hitting the streets on April 30th, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen can't wait for their hometown community to be the first to get a copy of On the Edge! Frank's planned some very special celebratory events for their hometown fans he doesn't want you to miss including Frank's own Dirty Kitchen Experience, his first ever Cooking Class, and a free Sunset Show on the lawn at Hill Center.

Don't miss out on the chance to raise a glass with Frank, Dirty Kitchen and their Family of Fans and Friends.

"No sophomore slump here: On the Edge, the follow-up to Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen’s vibrant, self-titled debut record, finds the quartet serving up a musical feast... the band is poised to have a breakout year in 2013 when the acoustic music world gets an earful of the tight harmonies, strong songwriting, and deft picking found On the Edge."
– Juli Thanki, Engine 145

On The Edge showcases one of the most exciting and dynamic new bands in bluegrass, Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen. With virtuoso guests Tim O’Brien, Rob Ickes and vocalist Megan McCormick joining Solivan’s skilled team of pickers, the album's 10 tracks virtually jump off of the CD as the band applies the muscle of traditional bluegrass and finesse of newgrass to material that reaches across the bluegrass and Americana spectrums. Frank Solivan’s tenor vocals soar over virtuosic picking provided by banjoist Mike Munford, guitarist Chris Luquette and bassist Danny Booth. With the release of On The Edge Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen are poised to become one of the most sought after bands in bluegrass.

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