Frank Radice started playing the guitar when he was 10 years old. He has composed over 150 songs during the past 16 years and has recently completed his first album, 'Free Road', which is a mixture of pop/rock, folk/rock and blues. Influenced by the American music scene of the 60's as well as the British invasion, Frank was inspired by groups such as the Beatles, the Byrds, Cream, Santana etc. Frank also drew inspiration from individual artists like James Taylor, Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix. Frank's song 'King of the Blues', which is the first track on his album, placed among the top 500 in the l999 Billboard Song Contest. Additionally, 4 other songs ('Free Road', 'Forgotten Man', 'We Gotta Slow Down' and 'The Long Glass Tower') on this album received honorable mention awards in the 2001 Billboard Song Contest. This just in: 'Wastin' Time' placed in the top 500 in the 2006 Billboard Song Contest. Also, Frank's song 'Angels', which was co-written with Steve Hansen won an honorable mention award.