Frank Yandolino, a native New Yorker, was a writer, producer, and manager of various artists, musicians, and personalities from the 1960s until he passed away in his home in Manhattan in 2014. He got his start booking bands for the original Woodstock Festival and later owned his own record company, The Label Records. He wrote two Broadway shows and coproduced some of the corresponding music. A graduate of Parsons and NYU, he also worked as a graphic artist and photographer.
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