Frank Get

Lead Vocals, Guitars, Mandolin and Piano

Frank Get is a multitalented singer, guitar, piano and bass player, and also a composer, from Trieste, yet well known to the Italian and European public. In his forty years long music career he took part in a lot of different projects and collaborated with many international artists. He’s a multi-ethnic musician (he’s Istrian, Slavic, and Hungarian) who has been able to enhance Blues and Rock in every facet. During his forty-year career he felt the need to investigate in depth his roots: he studied the events happened in his land which suffered over the years incredible derangement with two World Wars, migrations, and many administrative changes. Characterized by a dense lyricism, rich in history and curiosity, Frank Get continues the journey already begun with the album “Gray Wolf” preserving the historical memory of the roots through lyrics and melodies that speak of events, men and characters lived in his city and in the neighbouring areas.

He has won many awards and participated to a lot of music festivals in Italy like the well known Sanremo festival plus other music competition in Italy and around the world like “Light of Day”, the benefit event organized by Bruce Springsteen for Parkinson fund-raising that take place in Stone Pony, Asbury Park, New Jersey.

“False Flag”, the fifteenth record published by Frank Get, will be released on the last day of 2019. In this new album, the artist explores and analyzes the historical truths of his birthplace, a cosmopolitan land with a great tradition of secular cohabitation, but also hard conflicts. The songs tell the story of some characters who stood out thanks to their own deeds and discoveries in different cultural and social contexts.

Frank Get, on the road since 1979, celebrates these 40 years of music career with “False Flag”, a great cultural product pervaded with historical memory and love for deep local roots. The explorer Richard Francis Burton and the astronomer Johann Nepomuk Krieger are just some of the main characters of the new songs. “False Flag” is a record that wants to pay tribute to the great people from Trieste and surroundings, pushing the listener to actively oppose those who manipulate and rewrite history, destroy monuments and vestiges of the places in which we live.

Tea Tidić

Bass and Vocals

Member of Frank Get Band since 2015. This Croatian bass player and singer was born in Pula, and she started playing the bass guitar in 2002. Before that she studied the oboe and classical music theory at the Music Academy at Pula. After playing classical music in many classical ensembles and orchestras, in 2002 she started in Pula her own rock band VIS The Thunderbirds. Through the years, she played in various blues, rock, jazz and metal bands – Junkers 5, Supernaut, Ostaci zvuka, Leukkemiaa, Rock Queens, Distortion Factory, Groove Ladies and many more. Although she played mostly the blues/rock genre, she attended many editions of the Summer Jazz School in Grožnjan, where she had the opportunity to work with many well known Croatian and international jazz musicians, among whom with the legendary Croatian jazz musician, composer, vibraphone player and educator Boško Petrović, and also to study bass with known bass players like Ewald Oberleitner, Mario Mavrin, Andy McKee, Robert Jukić and Goran Rukavina.
In 2012. she started the rock cover band CherryBombz in Pula, and from 2013 plays with the blues rock band Vervet from Novigrad. Also plays bass in various rock, jazz and classical projects and works as an educator.

Marco Mattietti


Joined the band in 2017. He start his career like bass player with some local bands but he’ve had his musical education like drummer and percussionist on the “Glasbeno Solo” in Trieste. He’ve founded some local bands and he’ve work on organization of a lot of music festivals also .After he’ve collaborate like drummer with other international bands like Elbow Strike (NL) and Vervet (HR), he start to play with Frank Get like substiute of the original drummer Giulio Roselli, then becoming official drummer. He’ve also an intense teaching activity, while continuing his various collaborations as drummer and percussionist, with various artists.



Giulio Roselli


Member of Frank Get Band from 1993 till 1997, joined the band again in 2015. One of the busiest drummers in Trieste, started his musical education on the “Giuseppe Tartini” Music Conservatory in the Percussion Class from 1986 to 1991. During the same period he collaborated as a percussionist in the “Giuseppe Verdi” Band and with the orchestra of the Teatro Verdi. At the same time, he began his drummer activity with various regional music ensembles. In 1989 he attended the Perugia Berklee School’s specialization seminars during the Umbria Jazz Festival.
In the early 1990’s he moved to Veneto where he collaborated with various orchestras and at the same time recorded for numerous artists in Italy and Slovenia. Also, for many years he collaborated with studio Jork in Slovenia and the owner of the studio, Jadran Ogrin (known as the bass player of the bands Boomerang, Kameleoni, September and Karamela).
In 2000 he returned to Trieste where he started an intense teaching activity, while continuing his various collaborations as drummer and percussionist, with artists such as Ivo Tull and many others.

Andrea Reganzin

Keyboards and Vocals

Member of Frank Get Band since 2015. After only two months of preparation, in 1993, when a friend of his father taught him the basics, which was enough for him to start to practice and as a self-taught musician explore the piano, this musician from Trieste started playing the piano at bars, weddings and various parties – alone or as a member of various bands. This was till 2002, when he followed the advice of his grandparents, and enrolled Scuola di Musica 55 in Trieste, where he met his current teacher Giovanni Vianelli. With Vianelli he started studying blues, boogie woogie and rock’n’rol music. As a student of Scuola di Musica 55, he participated in various blues and gospel workshops under the artistic direction of his teacher Giovanni Vianelli, also performing on the final concerts. From 2002 till 2009 he played solo in various piano bars, and started playing with the Sunny Boy & The Diplomats of Blues Band. His teacher Giovanni Vianelli was a member of Frank Get Band, and in 2013. Reganzin replaced his teacher on one Frank Get concert. In the summer of 2013 he started to play with the Bluesmobile Band, from 2015 is a member of Frank Get Band, and in 2016 he started studying jazz.

Anthony Basso


Guitarist, singer and songwriter from Udine, Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy), Anthony Basso rapresents one of the most interesting talents on the international Rock Blues musical scene. Anthony has a personal musical and composing style made by different sfumatures, Rock based with Blues roots and songs going from Classic Rock to Country Music, from Soul and Funky touching the songwriting of typical American West Coast sound. For over 20 years of musical activity, including an eight years militance in the well known italian Rock Blues band W.I.N.D., he cooperated and shared the stage with bands and artists as: Warren Haynes (Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule), Ten Years After, Johnny Neel (Allman Brothers Band/Gov’t Mule), Bernie Marsden (Whitesnake), Alvin Youngblood Hart, Ian Paice (Deep Purple), Dana Fuchs, Eric Sardinas, Danny Bryant’s Red Eye Band, Nathaniel Peterson (Eric Clapton/Keith Richards/Savoy Brown), Uli John Roth (Scorpions), Ian Moore, Graziano Romani and many others… He has played on some of the most prestigious european and intercontinental stages like Rapperswil, Sierre Blues Festival and Vallemaggia Magic Blues (Switzerland), Spirit Of 66 (Belgium), Palladium, OCK (Poland), Blues Deluxe, Rockjungfer (Germany), Tropea Blues, Soundpark Festival, Ameno Blues, Aria di Festa, Nistoc Festival and Buscadero Day (Italy) and he played at the historical Stone Pony (Asbury Park, NJ, U.S.A.), taking part as special guest on the fiftenth edition of the Light Of Day Festival, along with incredible performers like Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nile, Joe D’Urso, James Maddock, Guy Davis etc. Anthony alternates the electric Rock Blues molded shows supported by his band with solo unplugged and acoustic performances, on wich he feels free to express all his passion and love for the Songwriting and the American West Coast sound imbued with Blues, Country and Folk.

Alessandro Perosa


Born in 1978, started to play drums in 1996. After a few years he decided to make music its main source of interest in life. He started to play with “Maxmaber Orkestar”, founded a rock/blues trio the “Blue Cheese” and works closely with Frank Get, Franco Toro and Banda Berimbau and other musical projects where his particular way of playing is appreciated.

Franco Toro


Giovanna Rados


Lucy Passante Spaccapietra


Ivo Tull


Jimmy Joe


Matteo “Zecca” Zecchini


Elisa Frausin