Frank DiRobella - Baritone, Falsetto
Frank DiRobella has been around music from an early age listening to his father play piano and accordion. This influenced him to be an entertainer by age 5. Currently he is a Baritone/falsetto singer learning to play trumpet.
He began his journey playing piano and accordion studying under Joe Sano, in Irvington, NJ. He continued until age 9 when his interest swayed to percussion. Still playing keyboards, he ventured into drums. While growing up in Newark, NJ, vocal harmony was huge and always present. He could be found hanging with cousins & friends singing under railroad bridges. At that point Frank was playing in “garage and school” bands around age 13. By age 18, His professional career consisted of performing with Uptown/Downtown Disco/Funk Band, Wedding Bands, and Street Corner Band.
When asked to be a part of The Johnny Maestro Tribute Band, he welcomed the opportunity to be part of an era of music honoring the Great Johnny Maestro. When not performing with the Tribute Band, he is the owner of Sounds Of The Street, NJ’s most popular doowop/oldies band and has opened for Johnny Maestro and the Brooklyn Bridge, Kenny Vance, The Duprees, The Association and the Coaster to name a few, at Richard Nadar’s Doowop Concert at the Meadowlands, NJ. He has also performed at Joey Harrison’s Surf Club, Ortley Beach, NJ opening for The Happenings and Gary US Bonds. Frank has performed at the Strand Theater, Lakewood, NJ, Count Basie Theater, Redbank, as well as appeared on Don K Reeds DooWop Shop on CBS Radio 101.1. He has performed at many outdoor concerts, Restaurants, car shows, Active Adult Communities, Italian Festivals, and clubs. The group also auditioned for America’s Got Talent and performed on Dick Fox’s Malt Shop Memories Cruise for their 10th Anniversary celebration in 2019.