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Donavon Frankenreiter is an American soft rock/surf rock musician who first gained prominence for his music in 2004 when his debut album made it to the Top 40 charts on Australian ARIA. For a long time, he has been popular as a surfer who stepped into the music scene in 2000. The artist has released several solo albums since 2004 including Start Livin’, Revisited, Glow, Pass it Around and Move by Yourself while he has also worked with his own band called Sunchild with which he has released the albums The Galaxy Session, California Honey, Barefoot & Live and Mr Jesus. He is known for his rigorous touring routine in which he is accompanied by his surf artists like Nathan Gibbs and Jay Alders among others, with whom he travelled across Brazil and arrived for the well-known Mostra Alma SurfFestival. With consistent album releases and extensive promotional efforts alongside frequent touring, Donavon Frankenreiter tickets have gained significant popularity among younger crowd.
Donavon Frankenreiter began performing with the band Peanut Butter and Jam when he was only eighteen. By 1996, he started taking music seriously and considered pursuing a career in music at which point he formed his own band Sunchild. In the group, he took position as the lead guitarist without performing as a vocalist. The band was characterized by the sound of the seventies rock trends which were similar to the sound of The Black Crowes. By 1997, the group issued its very first CD titled Barefoot& Live through Surfdog Records, which was featured Gary Hoey as the producer. The live album included famous covers of the likes of The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, The Marshall Tucker Band, and The Allman Brothers, alongside many other original widely popular legendary groups. In 2000, the group released its next album titled CaliforniaHoney which the band recorded on its own recording label called Sunchild as well. The studio offering is now out of print. In 2001, the band disbanded as a result of which Frankenreiter decided to pursue his music career as a solo act.
In 2002, Donavon Frankenreiter singed a recording contract with Brushfire records and released a self-titled album which was recorded with assistance from producers Mario Caldato Jr. and Jack Johnson. Johnson was featured on the album alongside artists Kool G. Murder who was a member of Eels, and G. Love. The studio offering was issued in Australia in April 2004 owing to Frankenreiter’s high recognition in the county as a result of his supports gigs for friend Jack Johnson as well as from his own successful career in surfing. Frankenreiter toured all over Australia in the same month which contributed significantly in making the album climb up the top forty charts of ARIA album charts. On this tour, he was given particular assistance from support act Gary Jules. This debut album was issued in the United States a month later.
Donavon Frankenreiter quit recording on Brushfire Records in 2006 and instead signed a contract with the well-established Lost High Records which have recorded big artists such as Willie Nelson, Elvis Costello and Ryan Adams. Frankenreiter then released the album titled MovebyYourself by mid 2006, a few months after which he worked on the song Lovely Daiy with Kool G, and this song was included in the 2006 movie Snakes on a Plane. In 2007, he released an acoustic EP that comprised of cover tracks titled RecycledRecipe, which was followed by his next act Pass It Around in the very next year. He then took up a tour to promote the latter for which he teamed with his surf buddy jay Alders. In 2010 Donavon Frankenreiter released his fourth studio offering titled Glow which was followed by the album StartLivin’ in 2012. The album has provided the musician with sufficient material to hold a crowd enchanted while he perform his own original tunes.
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