Frank Seamans to leave Legacy Five

As a number of other media outlets are reporting, Legacy Five tenor Frank Seamans will be departing the group once a replacement is found.

Today has been a hectic day, and I haven’t had time to formulate any extensive thoughts on the issue. But since several people in the vendors’ hall asked me why the news wasn’t up on my site yet, I thought I should slip over and put it up in a quick post.


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  1. I’m so sad to hear this, but I am sure it is best for him and his family. Best wishes to Frank and the Seaman family! God bless him for all he has done in the SG music world!

  2. Yeah, I was hoping this really wouldn’t happen. I wish them all the best.

  3. Daniel, I guess you could see the shock on my face when you told me about this. Frank is one of the nicest, classiest guys I have ever met. I will miss seeing him at the L5 concerts but wish him success in the future!

    He has been a good friend to me and my son and we appreciate him more than we can express with words!

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