I was at a wedding a couple of years ago when I saw Frank & Dean entertain for the first time… and I became a fan.
You’re gonna LOVE these guys!
Damion Fontaine (Frank) and Scott Brotherton (Dean) have been entertaining their fans and followers for about 15 years in northern Ohio and Michigan. In the winter, they’re also known and loved in areas of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
Frank & Dean and Then Some captures the essence of Frank & Dean and that marvelous era with timeless songs and nonstop humor. Their good friend, Stan Davis, joins in as Sammy Davis, Jr. at times, too.
These three talents might be found singing solo, as a duo, or together as the Rat Pack. Don’t miss an opportunity to catch a show! A little more than halfway through the video (at 19:30), view a few clips to get a sample of their music.
Typical venues that host the Frank & Dean and Then Some shows are restaurants and clubs or weddings, but they also go to senior living communities and sometimes entertain folks in memory care, too.
Their hearts are as golden as their shows are sensational.
Damion and Scott surprised me more than any other interview when they paused their humor during Ageless Advice.
I expected “double trouble” from Damion and Scott, but (starting at 20:40) they talked in-depth about role models, empathy and compassion, ideas for teaching respect and values in today’s youth, expanding intergenerational relationships and how important it is to embrace the aging process.
Let me say it again… YOU will LOVE watching Frank & Dean
…and you’ll be left thinking about what this duo had to say for a long time afterward.
Please enjoy this video and then share your comments below…
Damion turned his homeless experience into a learning experience. Did that surprise and amaze you?
Did Scott’s explanation of why aging adults should consider community theater make you think about it?
What else impacted YOU from this interview?