Fran McConville

Fran McConville

BandJazzFunk

Instrumental funky jazz you can dance to.

Biography

Originally from Worcester, MA, Fran McConville Jr. began his musical journey at an early age, taking classical piano lessons and learning pieces by Mozart, Bach, and other popular composers. He picked up the guitar during his freshman year in highschool and hasn't looked back.

His influences cover a wide array of styles and include jazz guitar great Kenny Burrell, local Boston guitar whiz Duke Levine, rock legend's Eric Clapton and Duane Allman, guitar hero Stevie Ray Vaughan, Banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck, and legendary funk icon's the Meters, to name a few.

Before moving to Los Angeles he kept a full schedule of playing gigs in dive bars with local bands like Little Rock Cannonball, Capital Taco Party, Erinn Brown, Bill Ross, and Move Over, Delvis, and The Dreamers. He can currently be seen with talented Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Gypsy.

Set List

Originals:

Walking Man
Vertical Leap
Border Crossing
Midnight
Round About
La Nina
Why You Sunshine
Cha Cha Cha

Covers:

Cissy Strut-The Meters
Thinking-The Meters
Chitlins Con Carne-Kenny Burrell
Yesterday-The Beatles
Amazing Grace (Funkified)-Trad.
Superstar-Overton Berry Ensamble