Biography
Romantic tenor Sergio Franchi was born in Italy; during a career spanning close to three decades he won acclaim not only as an entertainer but also as a humanitarian, earning the title of "Cavaliery" from the Italian government. Becoming an American citizen in 1972, Franchi issued a series of recordings for RCA before succumbing to cancer on May 1, 1990; in the wake of his death, his widow Eva established the Sergio Franchi Music Foundation, annually awarding scholarships to students of vocal studies. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi



 
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The Best Of Sergio Franchi on The Ed Sullivan Show (1962-1971)
The Life and Sad Ending of Sergio Franchi
Sergio Franchi "Granada" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Sergio Franchi "Quando Quando Quando" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Sergio Franchi "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Sergio Franchi "Didn't We" on The Ed Sullivan Show
Sergio Franchi "Core 'ngrato" Hollywood Palace Oct. 10, 1964
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