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Singing Outside at Downtown Crossing in Boston…obviously doing some wonderful Christmas standards for all of the shoppers and passers-by. Merry Christmas!
Bristol Holiday Open Mic & party
Annual Toys-For-Tots Drive with live entertainment Middle School String orchestra and paco singing Christmas songs. Broadcast live on NorthShore Radio 104.9FM. Bring a Toy to drop off!
Regular Sunday service with duets performed by Paco & Tom Brophy - all are welcome
Oniontown Variety Show at Tapley Hall. This show will feature "Country" Music with Paco singing a half dozen of his favorite Country/Western songs...along with several other terrific performers.
Sounds Like: Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, Michael Crawford, Ronan Tynan, Neil Sedaka
Manager: Bristol Recording Studios, & JRP Modeling/Acting Boston, MA
Bio: To suggest that Paco has thus far led an interesting and colorful life is an understatement. After a 37-year Real Estate Career as a CEO, at age 64 he changed direction completely, to pursue a lifelong dream of singing, acting and entertaining. In sharing his dreams with others, his goal is to ...See Full Bio
“CD Review "You Are My Life" - 16 tracks plus video. Paco (Frank Stewart) is a throwback to old-school big band vocalists. He cites musical heros such as Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, Michael Crawford, Paul Anka, Neil Sadaka and Barry Manilow. This musical project is based on love of family and friends and Paco's heart leads the way. The show rolls out with the old standard, "You're Nobody Until Somebody Loves You" that starts like a piano bar performance and ends with the whole orchestra joining in with Paco's exuberant vocal crescendo-complete with the trumpets squealing. He picks great classics ("Georgia On My Mind", "How Can You Mend A Broken Heart", "All of Me") and becomes the loveable manly ringleader. It appears like Paco would like to make his fans an extension of his family. He's got the love vibe leading the way.”