FRANK IENGOName of Band or Artist
Length:3 minutes 43 seconds
Completion Date:April 9, 2021
Country of Origin:United States
Frank Iengo was born in Naples on August 12, 1964.
He lived and produced in Italy until July 2010, after this date he moved to New York City continuing his career.
He started as a musician playing the guitar since he was 10 and as often as it happens to who plays this instrument, he also played the bass guitar in many live and studio performances.
For his thirst of musical knowledge and the possibility of being able to express himself on the instrument that is the father of all instruments, Frank Iengo also studied the piano for about seven years along with guitar.
In 1998, when electronics, particularly computers, began to break into the musical world, Frank Iengo sensing that the future in the music industry would be dominated by them, began learning how to incorporate them in his compositions.
After just two years of using technology, in the year 2000, Frank Iengo’s first production entitled “Song for Violin”, (which was a Commercial Dance production) was bought for approximately € 90.000 and released on Atlantic Record, Blanco Y Negro Record, Scorpio Music, and other European labels.
With many collaborations to follow, the most important ones for him throughout his career were the “Gap Band“ remixes and a project for Rai Trade, a publishing company of the national Italian television station, that included his music for documentaries and commercials.
Since the musical genres that influence Frank Iengo are varied, such as soundtracks, house music, Chillout and whatever else inspires him, he had the need to create several projects that allowed him to express himself freely in different musical styles so as not to create much confusion among listeners who might love one genre but not another.