Frankie Masters (April 12, 1904 – October 28, 1990) was a big band leader whose performance career spanned the late 1920s to late 1970s.
Masters formed a swing band after dropping out of Indiana University in the mid-20s. Frank had played the banjo and sang in a college band and had spent at least one summer playing his way back and forth to Shanghai, China aboard a cruise ship. In Chicago in 1925, he formed an orchestra and became the house act at the Sherman Hotel's College Inn in Chicago. He signed with Victor Records in 1927 and began his recording career but didn't achieve much success until he switched to Vocalion Records in 1939 and recorded what would become his theme song, "Scatterbrain," a number one hit that year.