Are you looking to add a romantic and thrilling highlight to your wedding, event, or celebration? Griffith Frank is the perfect compliment to any atmosphere. Whether performing a cappella without accompaniment, with a piano player, or backed up by a full band, Griffith's voice will bring the level of your event to new heights.
Griffith specializes in:
Classical Pop (Josh Groban, Il Volo, Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo)
Romantic Pop (Bruno Mars, George Michael, Michael Bolton, Robin Thicke)
Jazz Standards (Frank Sinatra, Michael Bublè, Rod Stewart)
Rock (Sting and The Police, The Fray, Rick Astley, Depeche Mode)
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Griffith is an American singer-songwriter and one of the youngest solo artists ever to sign with Universal Records. Born in New York City and raised in Topanga, California, Griffith is a true cross-over artist, blending classical vocal, instrumental, and compositional training with modern popular stylings. His versatile voice has made him a sought-after artist throughout the world, with performances as featured soloist at the Java Jazz Festival in Indonesia, the Regal Room in London, and regularly at the Cast Party in New York, with additional engagements in London, Athens, Rome, and at Hollywood's famed "Magic Castle.
Along with signing as a recording artist for Universal records, Griffith performed as a soloist on the Golden Globe-nominated soundtrack of the Rob Marshall film "Nine" singing the song "Unusual Way". He has been mentored closely by many top industry moguls like Judy Stakee (former vice president of artist development at Warner Chapel Records), Ron Fair (former chairman of Geffen Records and producer of Leona Lewis), Humberto Gatica (Producer of Michael Buble, Josh Groban and engineer for David foster), and performs recording session work for song writers such as Walter Afanasieff, Steve Diamond, and Michelle Lewis. He was a winner of the Los Angeles Music Center Spotlight Awards as well as a national finalist in the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts "Young Arts" Awards in Miami. He has lent his voice to pediatric cancer research, headlining benefits for the HARK Foundation and the Neil Bogart Foundation for the Los Angeles Children's Hospital.
Griffith is a graduate of the UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music (UCLA) where he has performed Egeo (Aegus) in Cavalli's "Giasone", the Chevalier de LaForce in Poulenc's "Les Dialogues des Carmelites", Bill in Barber's "A Hand of Bridge", and a featured lead in "Loesser's More" (Frank Loesser revue).
James Lent (Piano)