Paco Fralick is a contemporary Ojibwe singer/songwriter/performer who began playing music at the age of 5, started writing at the age of 21 and has now been performing live for over 30 years. From Rhinelander, Wisconsin, Fralick is enrolled member of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Chippewa Indians.
Paco Fralick’s music is an original blend of country, folk, pop, and Native American music. As a songwriter, many of his lyrics were inspired by dreams and touch on topics of social consciousness and other subjects close to his heart. Songs from his debut album have been aired on the nationally syndicated radio show, Earthsongs as well as many other stations.
Fralick has shared the stage with Keith Secola, Michael Bucher, Nicholas Barron, Cody Blackbird, Switchback, Bobby Bullet, Kelly Jackson, Mitch Walking Elk, Larry Long, Wade Fernandez, Jan Michael Looking Wolf and others.
2018 Winner Song of the Year- Native American Music Awards:
2018 Nominated in 5 other categories- Native American Music Awards:
Best Folk, Americana, Male Artist, Album of the Year, Narrative Video of the Year
2018 Winner Best Folk Song- Indian Summer Music Awards- “Women & Water”
2018 Winner Best Country Song- Indian Summer Music Awards-“I’m Moving On”
2018 Winner Best Spiritual Song- Indian Summer Music Awards- “In Seven Generations”
See PACO FRALICK
Playing Friday at 5:30 pm at WXPR