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Frank (Paco) Lara
Frank has been singing since he was thirteen years old. Frank was the founder of the Puerto Rican group “The Tropicals”, which were the pioneers of rock 'n roll and rhythm and blues music in Puerto Rico. Paco opened for “The Stylistics” and Millie Jackson as well as “The Earls”, “The Brooklyn Bridge”, “The Channels”, and “The Harptones”. Frank also sang with JP and “The Attractions” (The Mark IV) and “Legacy”. Paco has now founded “The Four of Us” and is looking forward to performing throughout South Florida.
Clarence has performed all over New England, as well as Mexico, Jamaica, and the Bahamas. He sang with Herb Reed and the world famous Platters for a number of years, touring all of Europe, including Sweden, Finland, England, and the entire United States. In addition, Clarence has sung with “The Blue Notes”, “The Whisperers”, and “Tavares”. Clarence performed with one of the greatest singers of all time, Tony Bennett.
Lou started singing as a teenager when he heard “Why Do Fools Fall in Love” and was hooked and went straight to the “streets” looking for that “echo”! He has sung with several groups over the years. The most notable being “Subway Serenade”. They were fortunate to perform at the Westberry Music Fair on Long Island, New York and the Meadowlands Arena in New Jersey, with many famous entertainers of the '50's era. Today, Lou is singing with “The Four of Us” and enjoying every minute. He likes what he does and so will you. See you at the next show!
In 1961, Frankie was a member of the first soul doowap group in Puerto Rico called “The Tropicals”. He also sang with another known group called “The Sentimentals”. In 1969, he joined a latin band “Roberto Roena and the Apollo Sound” and moved to Florida. He joined the group “Legacy” and sang with them for twenty years. Today, Francesco is singing with “The Four of Us”.
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