Los Angeles Times
September 15, 2017
It is with deep and heavy sadness that we announce the death of Frank W. Capp. Frank was born in Worcester, MA and was a graduate of Boston University's School of Music. His success in the music business, and particularly the jazz world that he loved so much, has been chronicled by many over the years. He has left us a legacy of recorded music that will continue to let us feel his presence each time we turn up the volume. Nobody could swing a big band the way he could and the music world has lost a true treasure. He leaves a loving daughter, son-in-law and grandson as well as a niece, three nephews and a large extended family. We grieve his passing and will miss his constant love, mischievous smile, gentle spirit and endless good humor.
CAPP, Frank (Francis Cappuccio)
Born: 8/20/1931, Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Died: 9/12/2017, Studio City, California, U.S.A.
Frank Capp’s westerns – music supervisor, coordinator:
Texas (TV) – 1994 [music supervisor]
Gunfighters Moon – 1995 [music coordinator]