Cleveland, Ohio born soul-jazz vocalist Frank McComb has worked with some of the giants of the music industry including Prince, Chaka Khan, and Branford Marsalis.
Starting out in 1991 as the musical director for R&B group The Rude Boys, he then moved to Philadelphia to work with Gamble & Huff and Jazzy Jeff, where was signed to Tamla Motown's Jazz label Mo'Jazz in 1992.
Linking up with Branford Marsalis on jazz funk projectBuckshot le Fonque, they released two albums Buskshot le Fonque and Music Evolution, after which Frank was signed to Sony Records who released his debut solo album Love Stories in 2000.
After 2004's The Truth Vol. 1 on Expansions Records there have been a series of phenomenal albums independently released such as Straight from the Vault, The Truth Vol. 2, A New Beginning & The Living Room.