Additionally he released his first CD recording “The Familiar Old Way”.
With his sons now finished college Frank started a country show band called Country Generations which was probably his most energetic endeavour to-date. The band consisted of up to 12 members and for 12 years, was very successful with its unique country music shows. It was during this time that Frank and the group travelled throughout the Maritimes, Ontario, Maine and Australia.
The band also recorded three CDs in Nashville and for 7 years produced a number of shows, that included up and coming talent, at the Festival Theatre in Wolfville. Frank also produced a number of country and gospel shows on the shores of the bay of Fundy called Concert By The Sea. The band performed their last show in the summer of 2007. All of the members have since gone on to other musical endeavours.
In 2011 Frank was inducted into the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame.
Frank is also a dedicated supporter of local charities having donated over $45,000.00 from concert proceeds to the Relay for Life in 2011. In 2013, the proceeds from his Christmas concert went to the Annapolis Valley Chapter of Autism Nova Scotia which directly supports local camps and activities for children and adults with Autism. Over $25,000.00 was raised. Currently, a portion of the proceeds from his newest Christmas album, The First Christmas, continues to go to support the Annapolis Valley Chapter of Autism Nova Scotia and will continue to do so for 5 years.