American singer who was part of the musical group The DeFranco Family and released a number of hit songs between 1973 and 1977, including Abra-Ca-Dabra.
He started a successful career with his family group after their demo tape was heard by the editor of Tiger Beat magazine, and they were signed with Laufer Entertainment.
He obtained his real estate license after leaving The DeFranco Family and became a real estate agent with Sotheby's International Realty in Westlake Village, California.
His four older siblings, Benny, Marisa, Nino, and Merlina were all part of The DeFranco Family music group.
He appeared as part of The DeFranco Family on Dick Clark's American Bandstand nine times.