Sun, May 20 7:00PM
The Music Room

FORREST ISN'T DEAD (Formerly Deaux)


Artist Bios


Forrest Isn’t Dead (formally known as Deaux) is an American artist, singer and producer residing in Atlanta, Ga. Forrest recently won over the city as made evident with his three 2017 Readers Pick Awards from Atlanta’s most heavily publication Creative Loafing; he earned Best Overall Music Act, Best Hip Hop Act, and Best Local Album got his debut release 'Portrait''. Taking the name Forrest Isn’t Dead to represent the him feeling alive in these moments and to bear the name given by his mother, Forrest is currently preparing for his 'What It Means To Me' release which is due May 2018. Influenced by varies artists, genres and his own life, his upcoming project is produced primarily by himself and could be considered Art Pop/Indie Rap.


Frank Mayson (born Rodney Francois Maison) is a Haitian-American rapper currently residing in Atlanta, GA. From his early youth in Stamford, CT to his young adulthood in Atlanta (Gwinnett County to be exact) Frank recalls always having a deep interest in all forms of music and a natural love of being on stage and performing. His ability to pull off trap life and charm keeps his audiences entertained and creates a genuine, loyal fan base. 

Frank's debut single "Touchdown" (prod. by Drill Cosby) launched in late 2015 and quickly found prominent mixtape placement (HOT107.9 Durtty Boyz 'Battlegrounds Mixtape', Mixtape Monopoly's 'Catch The Wave', DJ Tyrek.s 'Trapping Thru America', among others). Frank is currently working closely with producer/engineer Wes Green (formally of Zac Brown's Southern Ground Artists) and Atlanta-based artist management group MOREDOPEMUSIC in preparation for the release of his debut full-length project, "Trap Standard".