Frank Hernandez is a former professional Opera singer who was born with a "Pavarotti" gift of voice and with a working man's soul. Pavarotti called him "The next Million Dollar Tenor," when Frank won Pavarotti's World Voice Competition. He toured the world, and his star kept climbing. At a relatively young age, Frank decided to retire from Opera when he turned down a 2-year contract in Europe because he didn't want to be far from his 7 year old son. He also knew he wasn't being true to his calling. Frank's first musical love is Classic Country and Pop standards. Think Andrea Bocelli, Michael Bublé, Josh Groban and Harry Connick Jr., on steroids, singing country classics, and remaking songs we've heard from others but nothing like we've heard before.
Frank's 3-song EP contains three country classics:
Ferlin Husky's "Gone," Hank Sr.'s "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," and Willie Nelson's "Crazy."
Purchase on iTunes here.