Frank Carter studied as a classical piano major through graduate school (undergrad - under Dr Randall McElwain, Hobe Sound Bible College; grad - under Dr. Maurice Hinson, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary School of Music). During that season, he played at many venues around the US (mostly churches and youth camps), and won the SBTS concerto competition with Rachmaninov's "Piano Concerto #2." After graduating, he worked as a writer/artist for independent label IPI for 2-and-a-half years, then accepted the position of Worship/Music Director at Good Shepherd Church in West Palm Beach, FL. He and Brooke met at GS Church after she returned from a year of studying culture and language in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Frank proposed to Brooke on their first date. He said "I was never more clear on anything in my life!" They were engaged Nov 9th, and married the following March 30th. 


Frank resigned from his position at GS church after almost 9 years, and soon after accepted an offer to play keys for Carla Mauri. Brooke was already in the band as a backup singer, so they traveled together in the up-and-coming tour. Mauri's song "Tengo Que Olvidarme de Ti" reached #2 on the charts in Mexico City. When that contract came to a close after about 8 months, Frank started playing keys at Life.Church (Wellington, FL campus), eventually also for EDM/Top40 band Wonderama, and for various other projects. Brooke started working on her private pilot's license, and returned to college to finish her medical degree.

Frank is a keyboardist and music director for Christ Fellowship Church , accompanies for schools and soloists in South Florida, teaches piano/voice/theory at Zayas Studios, and teaches as an Adjunct professor of Music Theory, Piano, and Worship for Southeastern University (Christ Fellowship satellite campus). Brooke serves as Campus Coordinator for Christ Fellowship's Gardens Campus. They have two boys, Clayton and Levi.

Frank Carter tours in the Carla Mauri band