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 Daniel J. Parc 
   is all about jazz. 

 He breathes it,  
   and he lives it !!! ​

Daniel J. Parc is all about jazz - he breathes it, he lives it. He often says he wishes he were born in the early 1900s so that he would have been part of the glamorous, romantic 1920s and 30s. He loved being with older friends who lived, loved and reminisced about those golden years he missed ... the romantic music, fashion, literature, poetry ...

Where are the Nat King Coles, the Andy Williams’, Bobby Darins, the Sam Cookes, Matt Monros, Luther Vandross’, Al Greens, even Elvis Presley and, of course, Frank Sinatra? They are all wrapped up into one Daniel Jonathan Parc.

Daniel has known true love and heartbreak. His longtime lady love, his soul mate (or so he thought) left him and married another. He gave her all he had as you can hear when he sings “I can only give you love that lasts forever” in the song, “That’s All.”

In another song, he means it when he sings, “... through all of my life, all I ever will recall of my life, is all my life with you.” When he sings “The Shadow of Your Smile” he (and the audience) are trying to hold back tears. But when he sings, “Smile, though your heart is aching, Smile, even though it’s breaking” - one’s heart does break!

Finally, in “They Can’t Take That Away From Me”, he truly believes it when he sings, ... we may never, never meet again. Still, I’ll always, always keep the memory of ... the way you changed my life ... and no, no they can’t take that away from me”.

Daniel J. Parc is a man of grace, style and elegance. He sings his songs with emotion and feeling. His voice is deep and melodic. Add to this his suave, handsome good looks, and you’ll have no doubt as to why his star is rising so quickly!

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