JONATHAN FROST, 34
Managing Partner of J.D. Frost & Company; CPA; entrepreneur; father; husband; friend; business developer; board member of UTC College of Business, Presbyterian Day School, Cohutta Banking Company and the Mountain Education Foundation; council member of Erlanger and Children's Hospital Council; member of Downtown Rotary Club.
What's your anthem or theme song?
"Hustlin,'" by Rick Ross.
If you were a musician, what would your stage or band name be?
Frosty and the Frostettes.
If you were starting a band, who from your life would you pick to be in it and why?
The staff I work with every day. They are a talented, diverse group of people that I have recently learned have all the skills and attitude to take a show on the road.
Which member of the band would you be?
I would like to say lead singer, but I would most likely be the band manager.
If you achieved rock star status, what would you hope it would be for?
Influencing a movement.
Random green room demand?
Mini Chewy SweeTARTS.
Who are your top influencers (not necessarily musically)?
Mentors and coaches.
Which musical style best describes your personality?
Depends on the day. My personality is all over the place. It could be anything from Conway Twitty to Kanye West.
Who would write the soundtrack to your life and why?
Lindsey, my wife, because we have been together since we were 15.
First album you bought for yourself?
If you could change one thing about Chattanooga, what would it be?
Construction road work.
To what cause would you donate the proceeds from your first benefit concert?
Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS).