|The Throwdown w/ Famous Oct. 22 2010|
|Written by Frankie Nobile , Friday, 22 October 2010 11:12|
THE WONDER YEARS: BEHIND THE SCENES OF "MELROSE DINER"
BUDDY NIELSON: GIVES HIS OPINION
The Senses Fail front man talked about the state of Pop/Punk music in a recent interview, needless to say I totally disagree so I had to give my two cents about the subject in today's episode of The Throwdown. Click the Pick for the full interview!
HELLOGOODBYE: ALBUM PREVIEW
THE DAMNED THINGS: SONG STREAM "FRIDAY NIGHT (GOING DOWN IN FLAMES)
Head on over The Damned Things Facebook, "Like" the song and get the FREE download.
Frankie Nobile is a Jack-of-all-trades that used his experience in radio and background in art to help build his own music entertainment company. Before his interest in music peeked, Frankie was an accomplished baseball player. His passion and drive for the sport attracted national attention from college recruiters and even major league scouts. Destiny would guide him down a different path that put him face to face with the biggest names in hip-hop and rock music. As host and co-owner of Topspotusa.com, Frankie transformed himself into a music entrepreneur.
After deciding to leave the sport of baseball and pursue a career in entertainment, Frankie graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a BA in communications. While in college, he interned for Clear Channel’s WHYI Y-100 FM in Miami, FL (Market 12) and was later hired by Cox Radio’s 93 Rock. His experience at both stations taught him the importance of networking, while developing his keen ear for quality music.
In 2009, Frankie signed a contract with Posche Modeling agency. He quickly landed his first national campaign for a Gain laundry detergent, which ironically featured baseball. In addition to a principal role in a music video for the Latin rock group, Origen, Frankie continued hosting videos through his website Topspotusa.com. His more notable interviews include: Pete Wentz, FLO RIDA, Gabe Saporta, All Time Low, The Maine, Forever the Sickest Kids and Hey Monday, just to name a few.