Quite FrankLee rocks CJ’s

Bootcut and Bash rocked out for the crowd at CJ’s on Sept. 24
Bootcut and Bash rocked out for the crowd at CJ’s on Sept. 24

Quite FrankLee, a local band made up of solo artists, Frank Bash and Levi Bootcut, rocked out with the crowd at CJ’s Sandbar and Grill on September 24.
Bootcut and Bash used to play in a band together and still appreciate each other’s broad musical abilities.
As Quite FrankLee, Bootcut and Bash play a variety of original songs as well as a mixture of pop, rock and country covers. Also providing support was Donny Cowdrey, member of Dead Giveaway.
“The shows are unpredictable because we don’t have anything set in stone and the crowd and vibes dictate the whole show,” said Bash.
Quite FrankLee prides themselves on their ability to not plan a single song and improv the show as they go.
“It was a big jam and the place was packed,” said Bash about Saturday’s performance, and is currently producing his first album, Frank Bash: Age of Revival.
Quite FrankLee plans to play more local shows once their current musical endeavors have finished. -Georgia Thelen