Definition of Zappa, Frank in English:

Zappa, Frank

proper noun

  • (1940–93), US rock singer, musician, and songwriter. In 1965, he formed the Mothers of Invention, a group that combined psychedelic rock with elements of jazz and satire. In his later career he often mixed flowing guitar improvisations with scatological humor.

Pronunciation:

Zappa, Frank

/ˈzapə/