Frank Lenz started taking drum lessons when he was eight years old. A natural, he was soon working as a session musician. After playing with several indie bands, Lenz developed his original work as a solo musician, mixing the pop of Burt Bacharach with the rock of Steely Dan, along with jazz fusion and Stevie Wonder-style R&B. "Playing drums is all I ever wanted to do," Lenz has said, and by the age of 13, he began his career as a studio drummer. He went on to play in bands such as the Lassie Foundation, Duraluxe, and Charity Empressa. His first solo album, a full-length of original material called The Hot Stuff, was recorded in three days at the Fabulous Green Room in Huntington Beach, CA. The catchy R&B-meets-pop collection was released on Northern Records in 2001. In 2002, he chose to self-release his second album, The Last Temptation ...
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Vilelenz and Thieves 2006 Vilelenz and Thieves
 
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The Hot Stuff 2001 The Hot Stuff
 
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