Hans Frank and Glambilly give us a view of life's seedy underside, but they somehow make it fun. . .Hans Frank continues to reinvent himself at every turn!" - Steve Circeo, Americana Music Times (Nov 30, 2009) "Hans Frank does not blend into a crowd. A tall man with a shock of spiky hair that would make a haystack nervous.
. . that Glambilly thing is no joke. .
. goth, glam and country coexist, albeit uneasily, when Glambilly turns it loose, but uneasiness often makes for good rock 'n' roll. " - jim Beal Jr., San Antonio Express News (Nov 19, 2009) "“Strip-club rhythms to the Man in Black? Hans Frank's take on Johnny Cash, "Folsom Prison Mambo," is wicked cool. .
. Pure rock-roots, not the other way around.” " - Margaret Moser, Austin Chronicle (Aug 01, 2008) "“Yeah, that’s right. . .
on a scale of 1 to 10, Glambilly! goes to 11.” " - Steve Circeo, Texas Music Times (May 05, 2009) "Hans Frank & Glambilly, with guitar ace Rick “Casper” Rawls and well-traveled drummer Bobby Natanson, kicked it off with revved-up gothic rockabilly. . . Frank's stage presence and vocal chops combined with the Rawls/Natanson fire and fury set a rocking tone." - Jim Beal Jr., San Antonio Express News (SXSW Showcase Review) (Mar 21, 2009) Read more on Last.fm.
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