Multiple Gold and Platinum award winning producer/engineer Frank Green is founder and owner of DigitalMaster Music and Video Productions and SkyTone Entertainment, LLC in Nashville, TN. Frank began his career in Nashville as an assistant to the chief engineer at CBS (Sony) Records then became chief engineer/producer at the famed Sun Records in Nashville. Frank has worked on projects with artists such as Garth Brooks, Martina McBride, Dobie Gray, Leo Kottke, The Jordanaires, the legendary Memphis Horns which was on the Ballot for a Grammy. Frank also was an engineer on a Billboard #1 single for Kenny Rogers as well as engineer and mastering several Gold and Platinum albums for Kenny Rogers. Frank also received credits Elvis Presley's Platinum selling 5 CD set "The 50's Master's" on the RCA label.
In 1995, Frank partnered with Woodland Studios, one of the oldest, largest and renowned recording studios in Nashville where multiple country and pop/rock chart hit songs were recorded by artists such as Faith Hill, Patty Loveless, The Oakridge Boys, The Eagles, Kansas, Neil Diamond, Bob Seger, and the Fixx. Frank has since started DigitalMaster Music and Video Productions and has opened his own Record Label, SkyTone Entertainment, LLC and now specializes in artist development, music production, writing and publishing, and video production.
Frank has also scored national chart records as a writer, producer, engineer, publisher, and director. Frank is both an individual and organizational voting member of the CMA (Country Music Association), and a voting member of NARAS (National Association of Recording Arts and Science)… the Grammy Organization in the prestigious P & E Wing