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This group of artists has shocked their audiences with their natural talent and pure entertainment power. 


Frame 42 started in Lapeer, MI, under the direction of four-time Grammy nominee Deb Barber.  Their style has evolved from many genres, based on a foundation in classic rock. Their expanding set of original songs has been widely received by their growing fan base.  Constantly evolving, Frame 42 respects the classic artistry of the past and has developed it into their unique sound fronted by two female lead singers. Frame 42 is starting 2021 bolder, eager, and ready to rock their audiences with their new EP, produced by a multi-Grammy winning producer, due to be released in early 2021.

All six band members of Frame 42 are from the Lapeer and surrounding areas in Michigan.

Vocals - Ava Morris  &  Arianna Smith

Bass - Brock Morris

Drums - Lucas Jacobs

Guitar Lead - Michael Farmer

Rhythm Guitar - Ben Dalgleish

Keyboards - Ava Morris

So much going on this summer!


Frame 42 is excited to announce we will be the opening act for the Community Concert presented by Ally featuring Little Big Town!


This special event will take place on the driving range at Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club, Saturday, August 28, 2021, following the second round of competition at The Ally Challenge presented by McLaren.


We are honored to open for this GRAMMY, EMMY, ACM, CMA and AMA Award-winning group!  Make sure to purchase your tickets now!


Access to Community Concert is ONLY offered via the purchase of a valid tournament ticket. For a complete listing of ticket options please click https://bit.ly/3gjv3Vy

We are so grateful to all the people out there who are supporting our music!

Keep an eye on our Event Calendar. Frame 42 has a busy 2021 season!  We are so grateful that we have had the opportunity to reconnect with our fans!
Based in Lapeer, MI
Founded in 2016
Genre: #Rock 

"The most engaging, focused and energetic group of naturally talented artists that I have experienced."

- Brother Stone, The Brother Stone Show 


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“The most impressive thing about Frame 42 is how talented the band is for such a young age.  Their live show was spot on and they made it look easy.”

-Mitch Diamond - Lead Singer with Yankee Sons


“Frame 42 is the can’t get enough, don’t stop now, just one more song type of band!”

-Andy Malburg


“Frame 42...a great up and coming band fronted by two female singers that sing so well together that it's almost angelic.  Now let's talk about the musicianship of the band.  These guys play like well-seasoned musicians that have been playing and performing forever.  They can easily share the stage with anyone.  The overall band is far beyond their peers and it shows.  If you haven't seen Frame 42 up close and personal, you need to while you still can because these kids, which are not over 18 years in age, have a very bright future for themselves and the Michigan music scene."


-Paul Smash - Smash Concerts

January 2020

Click HERE
to meet the members of
Frame 42.



Alyce Smith 

Phone: (810) 338-4100

Email:  alyce.arianna@gmail.com

Autumn Jacobs

Phone: (810) 625-6207

Email:  autumnjacobs@gmail.com

Dennis Farmer

Phone: (810) 614-7556

Email:  dfarmer4278@gmail.com

Craig Smith

Phone: (248) 496-3822

Email:  csmith.uhy@gmail.com


Please contact the band's Manager for questions or more information on Frame 42.

Kristen Farmer

Phone: (810) 614-7969

Email:  kfarmer42@gmail.com

Frame 42 is under the musical direction of 

Deb Barber



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"Frame 42 is a high energy group with SO much talent, especially those vocal cords! They have been a huge hit for all of the events in which I have had the honor of working with them!  This group has a very bright future in the music world.  Their love for music is apparent when they perform and their audience can't help but join in the excitement!"

- Alicia McKay, The Oakley