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Frank Simms, New York recording artist, background vocalist, vocal arranger, composer, commercial singer, announcer, and character actor, is heard on TV, films, radio, video games, and the web more times per hour than one would think possible: recordings with David Bowie, Billy Joel, Madonna, Elvis Costello, Jeff Beck, Al Green, Carly Simon, Brian Wilson, Nile Rodgers, Chaka Khan, INXS, Cyndi Lauper, Phil Collins, Dionne Warwick, the Simple Minds, and others have sold in the tens of millions, and been broadcast in the hundreds of millions.

Frank and brother George toured the world as Bowie’s Serious Moonlight Tour vocalists, before millions of crazed Bowie freaks; Frank toured with Billy Joel on his Innocent Man World Tour; with Carly Simon on her HBO Martha’s Vineyard Special, and sang before a worldwide audience of billions, onstage at Madison Square Garden with Roger Waters and Eddie Vedder in the 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy Relief Benefit Concert. He’s appeared on “The David Letterman Show,” “Saturday Night Live,” and “Conan.”

Frank was the voice of “The Kool Aid Man” for 15 years. His Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi, FedEx, Gillette, Mennen Speed Stick, and Wheat Thins spots appeared in numerous Super Bowls. He sang on several feature films, including Working Girl, Anastasia, Mickey Blue Eyes, Tarzan, and Moonlight Kingdom. His multiple action characters on Grand Theft Auto/San Andreas, GTA V, Max Payne II, and his Nickelodeon promos echo the minds of tens of millions of listeners.

Frank also sings skit themes, parody commercial jingles, does skit voiceovers, and sings live with musical guests on “Saturday Night Live.” He sang the Saturday TV Funhouse theme song. He sang on the award-winning PBS series Dragon Tales, He was awarded an Emmy in 2007 for the Best Animated Children’s Song on PBS.

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