Frank Frost Gravesite
Frank Frost, born in 1936 in Auvergne, began his musical career playing the piano. At age 15 he went to St. Louis, became a guitarist, then toured with Sam Carr and Robert Nighhawk at age 18. Frost then toured for several years with Sonny Boy Williamson, having learned the harmonica from Williamson. He worked with Williamson in the 1950s and frequently appeared with him on the “King Biscuit Time” show in the early 1960s. He also toured with Albert King, B.B. King, Little Milton and Robert Nighthawk. Frost passed away in 1999. A stop on the Arkansas Delta Music Trail: Sounds from the Soil and Soul and the African American Heritage Trail.