Currently a producer/composer for film/TV, Frank Rogala originally got his first record deal in 1980 at the age of 19. As Lead Vocalist and producer for EXUDE (1980’s) and NC-17 (1990’s) the bands inked deals with A&M and Polygram as well as many local and regional deals all over the world.
Rogala was recently nominated by OutMusic as Outstanding Producer of the Year for the TwinkleU album.
Frank Rogala produced and starred in the critically acclaimed score for the feature documentary "Won't Anybody Listen." Frank founded NC-17 and produced the theatrically distributed film featuring the band. The Sundance Channel bought the TV rights and Neftlix now has exclusive DVD rights.
Rogala as a producer and member of EXUDE was chosen as the Best Unsigned Band in American by Elvis Costello, Mark Knopfler and T-Bone Burnett and Musician Magazine.
Rogala received local and international awards for his screenplay "There's No Place Like A Home."
Producer and Co-writer Frank Rogala's first record (with EXUDE) hit the indy record charts at number its first week and remained in the top 200 on the international dance charts for over 5 years.
Currently an SEO specialist with his company Handmade4you.com which consults for several national eCommerce companies, Frank is also the co-owner of Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping, The Mackinaw Club and Mackinac Lakefront Cabin Rentals.