Frank Cadillac

Frank Cadillac

Music for Film​


His Story

Welcome to the official website of Frank Cadillac, an acclaimed actor and songwriter from the vibrant music scene of the Bronx, New York. As a prominent figure in the New York City Rock Circuit, Frank has captivated audiences with his exceptional talent. Here, we proudly present five albums that epitomize his versatile musical style. Influenced by legendary artists such as John Lennon, Bob Dylan, and Jim Morrison, Frank’s compositions seamlessly blend elements of Punk, Classic, Punkabilly, Rockabilly, and Hard Rock. Movie producers in search of remarkable Classic Rock music need look no further, as this platform serves as the ultimate destination for discovering Frank’s extraordinary sound.

Frank Cadillac & Friends

In 1978, Frank Cadillac joined the high-energy punk rock band “The Squirrels,” formed by Victor Colicchio from the Bronx, New York. The band consisted of Victor Colicchio on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, Frank Cadillac on bass guitar and vocals, Tommy Acosta on lead guitar and vocals, and Kenny McCormack on drums. They opened for the legendary rock icon Chuck Berry.

In the 1980s, Cadillac formed his own band called “Frank Cadillac and The Betrayers” with Freddy McBop on bass and backup vocals, Kenny McCormack on drums, and Otis Johnson on lead guitar. Their music was a unique mix of classic rock, punk, rockabilly, and reggae. During this time, David Peel became Cadillac’s mentor, and they collaborated on the album “A Moment For Elvis” featuring Frank Cadillac, Victor Colicchio, Tommy Acosta, Robert Melosh, and Rocky Neon. Peel had associations with Elektra Records, John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and The Plastic Ono Band.

Frank Cadillac gained recognition as a veteran of the New York City rock circuit and also became a member of SAG-AFTRA, pursuing acting alongside music. The music and videos on this site were recorded at R.E.M. Studios in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, and produced by Robert Melosh, who also contributed as the lead guitarist on the sound recordings and music videos.



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