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Francisco Vidal

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For 26 years, Francisco Vidal has been a pillar in the music scene in Atlanta, Georgia. Francisco has opened for Lynrd Skynrd, Edwin McCain, Sister Hazel, Kenny Loggins, Hall and Oates, John Mayer, and numerous other nationally known acts. He has travelled with the Rock Boat Cruise to perform for an international audience as a band and a solo performer. He has also produced, written, and recorded 4 CD's, as well as credited for studio work on multiple recordings. Francisco also works in artist development having worked with acts such as Nick Cowan (Niko Moon) who has written for Zac Brown Band. Francisco Vidal is a booking agent working with multiple venue’s and artists to create a vibrant live music scene.  

The Francisco Vidal Band, an acoustic, rock/pop power trio, hails from Atlanta and will light your rock and roll fire. Fronted by Atlanta guitarist/singer/songwriter Francisco Vidal, FVB fills venues with loyal fans--old and new. He fuses virtuosic skill and poise on guitar, with strong, memorable vocals and tireless enthusiasm for live performance. His unique brand of feel-good rock will have you singing along with him at the top of your lungs.

Francisco has played on more than a dozen Sixthman music cruises, like The Rock Boat, Simple Man Cruise and Mayercraft Carrier. He has performed alongside national acts such as Zac Brown Band, Marshall Tucker Band, Edwin McCain, John Mayer, Sister Hazel and many other renowned artists. He has also headlined at festivals and major venues from Panama City, to Minneapolis, to Los Angeles. Francisco is on a heavy hitting tour schedule, playing 350 shows a year across the country.

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