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Frank Palangi Set Me Free Album review

Set Me Free

Album review by Allyson Kingsley Music Journalist with Boston Rock Radio


I was honored to review Frank Palangi’s EP Set Me Free.  For one, he is a determined and hard-working musician. Secondly, he is impressively talented and has this absolute positive motivation.  He has opened for 3 Doors Down, Red Sun Rising, Buckcherry, Trapt and Candlebox, among multiple other bands. He has also won several awards such as the 2015 Best Local Solo Musician- Metroland and both May 2015 and April 2016 the Akademia Music Awards Winner.


To start with the videos for “Set Me Free" and “Break These Chains" not only had superb production but also you can observe the passion with which he sings as well as his magical fretwork.  On the entire album his guitar skills are gripping and he has rich sultry yet visceral vocals.  He plays with admirable emotion.  I could not decide whether I enjoyed the acoustic or electric versions of “Break These Chains" more as they were both spirited and exemplary.  The song “Working Man” is slower yet tantalizingly heavy.


The album has me hoping to catch him live at a local venue and as always I cheer on someone that keeps the “rock is eternal” vibe alive.






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