BIDDEFORD — Biddeford native Joe Boucher recently released his new album, “Retrospectable,” under Cornmeal Records, a small CD label from Kennebunk owned by Charlie Gaylord. The album is a compilation of Boucher’s musical work over the last 15 years. It is available at Bull Moose stores in Maine and through bullmoose.com.

Boucher was a founding member of the Portland-based power pop band “The Frotus Caper” along with Chad Walls, Chris White, Dave Ragsdale, Steve Hodgkin and producer Jonathan Wyman. Boucher took a long break from playing in any formal capacity after the band split up in 2006, but remained connected to music through his job as concert manager with The Portland Symphony Orchestra.

He went on to create an orchestral “pops” show called “Piano Men ”“ The Music of Elton and Billy,” which, as the name implies, is a concert featuring a rock band and full symphony orchestra showcasing the greatest hits of Billy Joel and Elton John. “Piano Men” premiered at The State Theater in Portland in 2011 featuring original Billy Joel drummer Liberty DeVitto, and Boucher now travels around the U.S. and Canada performing the show with professional orchestras along with Frotus bandmate Hodgkin on drums. “Piano Men” will perform two concerts with the Portland Symphony at Merrill Auditorium in November.

Boucher now lives in Portland with his wife, Barbara, and their 5-year-old son, Henry, and they are expecting twins in September.