Frank Latorre is a multi-talented
artist and musician from Long
Island, New York.
He is the founder and front man,
harmonica virtuoso, of the King
Bees, a blues band, which he
formed in 1989. The King Bees
play Long Island club venues,
festivals as well as private
Frank played at the 1993 New
Orleans Blues Festival as a
special guest of Rounder
recording artist Larry Garner.
That same year he did a guest
solo on Atlantic records
recording artist Winger's CD,
Pull (down in cognito) as well as
2 songs on the Peter Green CD
(I got the Blues for Christmas).
The King Bees were the house
Band at Paula Jean's, a supper
club, on Long Island, where
Franks paintings of blues greats
are on display.

Frank has been an artist painter
and glass etcher for 30 years.
He has been written up,
interviewed and mentioned in
Newsday, the New York Times
and many local New York
His works of art hang in many
restaurants, private homes and
many estates. He works by
Frank's artistic talents range
from custom painting in a variety
of media, including oils and
airbrush on motorcycles and
cars to guitars.He painted the
owner of Easy Rider's Harley

His work also includes fine art
portraits, wild life, trompe d'oeil
wall murals and faux treatments
as well as doing fantasy wall
displays for children's rooms.
Frank is a regularly featured
artist at Huntington, Long
Island's IMAC Theater of the
Arts and will have his diversified
works on display in mid-
September 2001.

Frank Latorre can be reached
via e-mail bluzeman14
Frank Latorre
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