Joe Frank has played to consistently sold-out audiences since 1988:
"Too Close to Home" Joe Frank with guitarist James Harrah at The Village Studios, Los Angeles. September 2011
"Too Close to Home" Joe Frank with guitarist James Harrah at Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago. October 10, 2011
"Too Close to Home" Joe Frank with guitarist Kenny Lyon in New York City at WFMU's Radiofest. October 28, 2011
"Just an Ordinary Man" Joe Frank with guitarist James Harrah at Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago. March 13, 2010
"Too Close to Home" Joe Frank with guitarist James Harrah at McCabe's, Los Angeles.October 17 and 22, 2010
"Just an Ordinary Man" Joe Frank with musicians, vocalist, and dancer at Largo at the Coronet, Los Angeles. October 1 and 8, 2008.
"The Blue Room" Joe Frank with musicians at Largo, Los Angeles.
September - October. (6 weeks, every Wednesday night)
Joe Frank in Performance, The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco. November 21, 2004 (2 performances).
Joe Frank in Performance, Chicago Art Institute
October 29, 2004, sponsored by the Third Coast International Audio Festival and WBEZ, Chicago.
A Joe Frank reading. The UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.
"LA Live" - Joe Frank: "L.A. Woman": Natural History Museum, Los Angeles, as part of a show featuring several Los Angeles artists.
Joe Frank at The Evidence Room, Los Angeles.
"One Night Stand" at South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa, California
"Joe Frank: in Performance" at UCLA's Wadsworth Theatre (two performances)
"Joe Frank at the Viper Room" in Hollywood, California.
"Joe Frank Live" a three-month, twice-extended series of one-man shows at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
"Joe Frank at the Marc Taper Auditorium" Los Angeles, California.
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"The world of Joe Frank is a wildly entertaining surrealistic universe...hilarious, unsettling, zany, powerful, moving and perhaps the most unique, inventive and effective use of radio since Orson Welles convinced much of America there was a War of the Worlds." -
The L.A. Weekly
"To me, he's what radio is really for... his show makes me think he's getting to some great truth... so completely captivating and just unlike anything else." -
David Sedaris, writer
"The perfect Joe Frank experience is driving down an unfamiliar highway alone at night. You turn on your radio and are greeted by a lush, resonant voice that lulls you into a seemingly simple tale of love: a man at an airport saying goodbye to his wife over the phone, which abruptly turns into a vision of betrayal, alienation and death - often from obscure disease - all brought about by some profound personal failing, which is redeemed at the last moment by a nearly transcendent moment of joy." -