Montreal native Stanley Frank began writing songs soon after joining
his first band at the age of fourteen. In 1977 his pop-rock flavored
classic S'cool Days earned him success in England and Europe. In
1978 Stanley took up temporary residence in London. In 1981 he returned
overseas, completing a 42-city tour of Europe while promoting his
A&M release Play It Till It Hurts. Stanley's material has been released
in various forms on a number of different labels, much of which
is still available at such websites as eBay and GEMM.
Over the years, Stanley has collaborated in the studio with such pop luminaries as Mick Ronson -
David Bowie's guitarist and right hand man during the heady Ziggy Stardust days -
and producer/engineer Robin Geoffrey Cable, who has worked with the likes of Queen, Elton John,
and Chris de Burgh, to name a few.