• Frank Solivan to Baltimore Management Agency

    Progressive bluegrass icons Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen have announced a new agreement with Philip Chorney and Baltimore Management Agency. Chorney is founder and CEO of the Charm City Bluegrass festival in Baltimore, and has more than a decade's worth of experience in

  • Frank Solivan jams out for D’Addario

    The D'Addario string company has launched a video series where they ask prominent musicians to create a song based on nothing more than a song title. It's a vibe a bit like improv comedy shows, but with pickers instead of

  • Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen on OBX

    Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen have long been associated with great music and great food. Their run as bluegrass entertainment professionals has seen them reaching new goals year after year with a high-energy stage show and several successful recordings, and

  • Frank Solivan Cooks Up a Good One

    Frank Solivan just keeps getting better, as a songwriter, arranger, singer and, not the least, instrumentalist. Recent years have seen a string of solid recordings, IBMA nominations and awards, and growing recognition for Solivan and his band. His newest recording is,

  • Frank Solivan Family & Friends video

    Frank Solivan has become one of bluegrass music's most entertaining performers, touring with his band, Dirty Kitchen, all over the US. But like every artist, he had a long route to get where he is today. Starting as a young man in

  • Danny Booth leaving Dirty Kitchen

    It looks like married life agrees with Danny Booth, who has been touring on bass this past four years with Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen. He was wed back in August to Amanda Kerr, a fiddler and music teacher in northern