TORONTO, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - Frank D'Angelo is back in the public eye as he
continues his commitment to raise money for one of his favourite charities -
the Breast Cancer Society of Canada. After a short hiatus from the public eye
to reorganize after selling his majority shares in the companies he founded
(D'Angelo Brands and Steelback Brewery) to his partners, he is back doing what
he loves best - singing and raising money for charitable causes.
Commencing Valentine's Day February 14 and every Thursday thereafter,
Frank D'Angelo will perform live with his 2-4 band at his "Forget About It
Supper Club" on King Street in downtown Toronto where 10% of the restaurant's
proceeds for each evening that he performs will be donated to The Breast
Cancer Society of Canada.
In a comment, Frank stated, "I love performing and I love raising money
for charity and now that I have my personal life back on track I can continue
to do both and this is a great way to start."
Over the past several years Frank D'Angelo has recorded and released
several CD's and performed countless benefit concerts in support of The Breast
Cancer Society of Canada, and many other charities.
With Frank D'Angelo at the helm belting out vocals, his 2-4 band is a
musical montage that covers a broad range of musical styles, eras, and
sensibilities. Pure passion is what best describes this eclectic group of
From entertaining the Canadian Troops to opening for the likes of
Tom Cochrane, Peter Frampton, Burton Cummings, LoverBoy, Gino Vanelli,
The Temptations, Cowboy Junkies, Alannah Myles and George Canyon. When
Frank D'Angelo and his band grab the stage it's like an unexpected blast of
energy. Singing all time favorite tunes in his distinctive high energy R&B
style Frank woos his audience like no other entertainer can.
If you love great music and great food, make it a point to see
Frank D'Angelo on Thursday nights at Forget About It Supper Club. Reservations
For further information:
For further information: Forget About It Supper Club, 325 King St. W.,
Toronto, Tel: (416) 599-9909, www.forgetaboutitsupperclub.ca