The Columbia and CBS years
As Director of Artist Relations with CBS Records, New York, Frank cemented lifelong friendships with television giants such as Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin, Angela Lansbury, Dick Cavett, Tony Bennett, Maureen O'Hara, Johnny Cash, Ray Price, Lynn Anderson, Tammy Wynett, Tony Orlando, Barbara Streisand, Johnny Mathis, Jerry Vale and multitudes more.
Producing a summer festival for President John F Kennedy in 1961, he was also invited to President Reagan's 1980 inauguration and received an award for contributing to New York City's 300th Anniversary Celebration
Heading to Hollywood, Frank continued his successful career, co-managing Andy Griffith, Jim Nabors, Frankie Avalon, Bobby Vinton and others.
Recently releasing "Memories of Love "Frank has been a guest on radio talk shows from coast to coast and has received critical acclaim in print nationwide and internationally.
More than a musical valedictorian, an interview with Frank Campana reveals the inside story of Hollywood's greats during the last 50 years. Anyone who has heard of Frank Sinatra, another Campana pal, or danced under the moonlight to the big bands during WWII will enjoy a nostalgic trip with Frank as he relays personal stories previously untold except in private chats. And Frank's songs will take any listener back to another time... and to their own, memories of love.
Frank is happily married to Rose Marie and they have 3 children, Joseph, Frank jr. and Angela and they have one grandchild, with the hope of more to come.