Franklin Thomas George was born in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa. He graduated from Ricks Institute in 1985 in Virginia, Liberia before moving to the United States of America in 1987. While residing in New York, Franklin studied Business Law at LaGuardia College; however, his true passion was writing and spreading his love for the Lord through music. After many years in New York, Franklin moved to Atlanta, Georgia. He composed and arranged many songs. To further display his love for music, he formulated the idea of a mass choir to be a voice to his songs. On July 7, 2007, his vision came true when he brought together several church choirs in the Atlanta area to perform for the first time at his first gospel concert. The choir is now known as The Liberian Mass Choir. Franklin had several dreams of what he always wanted to accomplish; some of which included writing a book about his life, and releasing his first gospel CD. His dream was not fully realized due to many complicated health issues. Despite his illness, Franklin recorded several songs and finished his book, but was unable to publish it before his untimely death. Franklin unfortunately passed away at age 41 on December 28, 2008. He was a loving, caring and God fearing man and will live on in the memories and hearts of the many people whose lives he touched with his music and beautiful character. He will be greatly missed.