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There is so little in the way of feel good music out today, and it really takes someone like Frank Jurgens to inject a little bit of sunshine to what is a pretty bleak era of music. “Date Night, the Game” is a track that ties together a wide swath of music, playing on the works of individuals like Jimmy Buffett, Tom Petty, and even Warren Zevon. The chorus hits and sticks with listeners, no matter how long it may be since the last time that individuals have heard the disc. “Last Call At The Tiki Bar”, the titular track, is another high point for Jurgens on the disc. The track itself continues the trends heard during “Date Night, the Game” while adding some interesting new twists and turns to the mix.

This means that the track showcases a love for the works of a Randy Newman, with a piano line that will titillate while keeping a solid momentum. “I Ain’t Proud About It Baby” is another album-expanding track: a fifties sound comes forth that taps both the rockabilly and early rock style, while still showcasing Jurgens’ unique allure. The track deftly balances the instrumental and vocal sides to Jurgens’ album, with each side going full-bore throughout the song. “Who’s That Lady With the Long Blonde Curly Hair” continues to shake things up, with Jurgens going way back to almost a jazz style for the space of the song. Despite all these trips and treks through the corpus of American music, the talent shown here by Jurgens is the common thread that unites everything on “Last Call At The Tiki Bar” and ensures that listeners will stick with the disc throughout.

If you want your music to both be crafted with the utmost care as well as bring a smile to your face, picking up “Last Call At The Tiki Bar” is essential. After doing that, see the magic that is created in an intimate live setting when Jurgens takes the stage!

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First off, I have to mention the front cover of this new record—Simply Awesome!  All summer, completely tropical and always laid-back is the vibe that bounces off from the art.  You see two palm trees holding up a hammock made of piano keys while the sun beams are gleaming in every direction.  I, myself, am a HUGE summer/tropical person, so much respect for the cover art.  Sand, beaches, water, palm trees, sandals, your favorite summertime drinks (margarita!) and of course that fun-in-the-sun/kick-back-and-relax mentality I definitely relate with.  Not to mention the bright colors used for the front cover are so appealing and inviting—job well done!


"We were carried away and loved every second of it!   Hit repeat and play it again.   We're hooked!"

"I could not stop singing this song! It stuck in my head like al dente pasta to a wall!"


"Really happy, feel good song. It made me smile as I listened."


"The chorus and hook are extremely catchy. I was singing it way after listening to it! "


NOTE:    The instructions below are specific to Windows desktop/laptop and Android phone devices.   Not having Apple devices, I suspect the specifics are slightly different.   Nonetheless, the process should be similar and fairly simply to figure out.



To download your free album on a laptop or desktop:

  • Hit the download link for the album.

  • You will receive a zip file in your Downloads folder

  • Click on the zip file to see the MP3 for each track

  • You can extract all these MP3 files from the zip file and place in any folder on your computer you'd like.   Pick a place you can easily get back to

To download your free album on an Android device

  • Hit the download link for the album

  • Hit the Open button provided on your successful download notification

  • Hit the Extract button

  • The individual track MP3's will be in your Internal Storage/Downloads folder.  From there, you can move to any folder you'd like and can find easily.

Alternative, you can download each track individually and move to the folder you'd like.

I'm not a computer whiz, but if you have any problems, don't hesitate to let me know and I'll do my best to help you figure it out.

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