It comes with a heavy heart to deliver the news
that Rocky Frisco passed away this week, May 27th, 2015. Please view his
Facebook page for updates on funeral services and to write
memories. Unfortunately, we cannot access Rocky's Facebook page so
any new friend requests will be unable to be accepted.
If you have questions or need to get a hold of family, please contact
email@example.com - and I
will forward them to his appropriate representitives.
I will maintain Rocky's website until I receive further instructions from
RIP, Rocky Frisco.
- Michael W.
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Rocky sings "Have I Got the Blues 4 U" from the movie, "Red Dirt on 66, a Road Movie; The Director's Cut"
Buy Rocky's songs online
photo by Jai Rogers
Billy Bob Thornton and Rocky Frisco
Billy Bob Thornton and Rocky Frisco sitting on the old bench behind Cain's
Marina Orlova, my favorite philologist
Beth and I drove to Kansas City on Monday, August 27th for a John Hiatt concert. The opening act was a very pretty lady named Samantha Fish.
Her voice had nuances of Bonnie Raitt and Gus Hardin, and when she sang softly, Norah Jones. No mistake, she has her own, very distinctive, voice, without borrowing anything from anybody else.
I looked for the guitar player for a second, then realized she was the only guitar player on stage. Samantha could walk onstage with Jeff Beck or Eric Clapton or Jimmy Page and
trade licks with them without a minute of rehearsal. Both her singing and playing are fully world-class, fully developed and inspired.
When you add them together, all coming from this one young lady, the result is overwhelming. Her website says she has been playing guitar for about seven years.
There's no other rational conclusion: Samantha is a miracle. I want to get her to Tulsa as soon as possible. Samantha has lots of songs on Youtube. Treat yourself!
Samantha Fish, Rocky Frisco and Beth Field
Carrie Underwood and Rocky Frisco
Rocky Frisco and Kevin Phariss at Rocky's Hall of Fame Induction