Hey y’all, I’m Frank Pain, thanks for stumbling upon my page. So, a little about myself. Well, I’m from the Houston area, but Abilene is definitely “home” to me. I’m an Army veteran, and proud of my service, but feel that radio is my calling in life. At least I hope so because I’ve been doing it for a very long time. Some of my interests include music (obviously), riding my Harley, sports – all sports including NASCAR, anything tech-related, camping, hunting, and pretty much anything else outdoors. Also, I’ve got a huge place in my heart for helping animals, veterans, the elderly, and children. Some of my favorite TV shows include the Big Bang Theory, Letterkenny, Two and a Half Men, and Everybody Loves Raymond. Oh, and can’t forget watching “my stories” each day. At least that’s what my grandma called them as I’m a huge fan of General Hospital. Movies? Well, if it’s Marvel or Star Wars related, then I’ll be on the front row every single time. Oh yeah, I’m one of those long-haired freaky people, according to that Tesla song, with quite a few tattoos. At the end of the day, I do my best to treat every single person equally as I strive to merely be a good human.
San Angelo, You Just Might be Giving Your Dog the Wrong People Food
Even the most thoughtful decisions we make in regards to our pets could end up being deadly, including the "people food" we feed them.
These 10 Things Were Invented in Texas & Went on to Change Lives
From White Out to Dr. Pepper, Texans are some the most 'inventive' on the planet.
Please Donate Your Used Band Instruments to The Ride for Change
We're helping out low-income students with band instruments so they can play in their school band.
‘The Ride for Change’ to Help Students With Band Instruments
We're raising funds, and collecting instruments, for low-income students that want to participate in their school band.
‘The Ride for Change’ to Start Minority Scholarships in 11 Cities
In September, I'll be riding my motorcycle across Texas (and a small part of Oklahoma) in an effort to raise awareness and funds for minority scholarships we're setting up in each market.
‘The Ride for Change': Day 2 Recap
Day 2 of The Ride for Change may not have met the donation expectations we had, but it far exceeded the #beagoodhuman expectations.
Why the Ride for Change Benefits Minority Scholarships This Year
Besides the obvious, here are my reasons for creating minority scholarships on this year's ride.
Virtual Tip Jar for Hospitality, Service, & Entertainment in the Concho Valley
While many businesses are allowed to stay open, some are not so fortunate. Here's a chance for you to support your favorite server, bartender, hair-stylist, musician, and others in the area that need our help.
Ways to Support Local Businesses During a Crisis
Many businesses are shutting down, but some won't be able to open back up without our help.
San Angelo Mayor Declares Public Health Emergency
In an effort to help prevent a coronavirus outbreak in San Angelo, Mayor Gunter has declared a public health emergency while banning groups/gatherings of 50 people or more.