Speaking to NME, he shared: “I’m very wary of telling people what to do in general, but one of the things I want to say to other artists is that this is fun.
“There are advantages to me in that it retains individuals speaking and if you may get 8,000-10,000 individuals tuning into you enjoying in your entrance room, then why not? You’re not shedding out by doing something like this.
“There’s endless time at the moment and it’s so easy to do. I’m somewhat of a technophobe but I literally put my laptop on a pile of books, press one button to make this work and that’s it.
“None of us would have a profession with out these venues current. None of us would have the music we love, so pay something again.”
Frank intends to play at least one livestreamed gig a week in a bid to support venues that are “shut to his coronary heart”.
He said: “I used to be on a tour that acquired cancelled due to the lockdown, which was an especially odd and surreal time.
“It was mortifying, but had to be done, so I got home and did a livestream to raise money for my touring family, band and crew, and raised enough to pay everybody for a few months.
“From there, I wished to make use of the truth that individuals would tune into me livestreaming to assist individuals who deserve to be helped.”