Frankie Scinta’s love of music began at an early age. By four years old, his grandfather had taught him how to play guitar, and soon after, he mastered the banjo, mandolin, drums and bass. Others began to take notice of his talent, and he began performing locally and then nationally on Ted Mack’s Original Amateur Hour, The Merv Griffin Show, and Jerry Lewis’ MDA telethon.
After the first time he watched the movie, “The Godfather”, he returned home to play the movie’s theme song straight from memory on the piano. Frankie’s talent on the piano is one of the most intriguing parts of The Scintas show.