Aside from being the front man of one coolest psyche bands on the West Coast, Revolushn, with their own brand of sophisticated anarchy and aside being one of the best guitarists on the planet, No Mansfield has gone where not too many men have gone before.
After working with greats including Sir Rod Stewart, No Doubt, Aretha Franklin, Devo, Joey Belladonna, and more, he disappeared into thin air into the Antarctic and constructed the “Habitat for Mars.” Then after crashing a plane as a pilot and living through it, he was then commissioned to construct a new water system for the California City of Tracey while all the while writing and recording his new album 3.
In between that he came to New York to appear on the Mickey Burns Show, “Profiles” and played bass guitar at the SohoJohnny “Let Me a Help, Inc” 9/11 Music and Fashion Week Celebrity Benefit Gala Concert. One of the most requested studio musicians, No Mansfield (AKA Frank Shubert) plays 17 instruments, writes and produces songs, loves a good protest, and engages frog venom for health purposes.
No Mansfield is a rockstar and so much more…….
The Official website for Revolushn may be found at https://www.revolushn.com
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