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It all started for Frankie Ricci when he was young, hummin' to the radio in mom’s car. The love for music was at an early age.
In junior high, the choir director noticed a talent and put him into the honors choir.
In high school, he immediately made his presence known as a kid who could hit the high notes and was named a tenor in the choir. He landed a few solos and even a lead role in the operetta "The Mikado", a Gilbert and Sullivan classic. Also during high school, he sang in a few garage bands and learned how to play the guitar good enough to realize he could write songs (so the quest begins).
After high school, he played in a few more garage and basement bands as a Singer/Bass guitarist.
Years later he discovered KARAOKE and with this new tool, developed his voice further.
He won numerous contests in the area and alot of money and a couple of trips..
Spent nine years with The Muttz where he Shadowed Singers Bobby Pitcher and John Callahan. " I've learned alot from both of them. With respect though, It was time to do my own thing."
Hope you all enjoy his first five songs and if you do please support him by purchasing any of them or all.