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World class Violinist/Singer and Piano Player Alisha Lynn teamed up with Singer/Songwriter Frenchie Tunes in early 2018 and they have been on a roll ever since. Releasing an album together in July and playing major festivals across the east coast, it was a big summer for the dynamic duo. Some of the highlights include playing the world famous “Floyd Fest” with “Foster the People”and opening up for the legendary “Ekoostik Hookah” at Summer Hookah festival in Ohio. The album they released is called “Raise Your Glass”and it features Alisha’s incredible violin prominently as well as both male/female vocals on all tracks. They’re live show is very versatile with Alisha playing the Piano, Violin and sometimes Banjo! And Frenchie switching between Guitar and Ukulele and also throwing in some harmonica solos. Frenchie and Alisha love playing live music and hope to see you at a show soon!
The bond they have outside of music is Mt. St. Joseph High School in Baltimore. It was during their high school years that they first performed together. Now, more than forty years later, their sound is unique, exciting, and smooth. Their take on classic pop music is often unpredictable. Their secret weapon is the mandolin!
While they each went into different careers, a doctor, an attorney and a broadcaster, they have always found time to regroup to create musical memories for their faithful following.
Alan Reisinger has mastered the mandolin and takes the lead on 7 decades of familiar favorites.
Jeff Pecore picks a steady rhythm on guitar and creates recognizable introductions to favorites from Sinatra to The Beatles, The Eagles, and Santana.
John Patti backs them both with the beat of a cajon and congas.
The group has a monthly gig at The Cellar at Chef Paolino‘ s in Ellicott City, has performed at venues as diverse as house concerts, Germano’s Cabaret in Little Italy and the grand opening for the Parkway Theatre in Baltimore, and most recently entertained a crowd of over 500 at Turf Valley Country Club during a benefit for Ellicott City flood victims.