Welcome to the ministry of Frankie and Phyllis
Valens. Wherever you have a need or desire for gospel music
evangelism, they can fill that need.
was a nightclub singer in the 60s and 70s whose signature song was
"This Magic Moment." He also recorded "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and
"Unique," "powerful," and "inspirational" are words often used to
refer to their concerts. They bring a tremendous combination of
God-given talents to their presentations.
Whether it is the gifted high vocals of Frankie to the powerful
piano numbers from Phyllis, or the often entertaining "gotcha" skits
to the anointed hand-signing to a powerful song, people are often
lifted to a high level of praise and worship to their heavenly
It is the desire of Frankie and Phyllis that all who attend their
concerts realize that their only goal is to exalt Jesus. You may
laugh, you may weep, you may want to shout, you may want to sit
quietly. Whatever your mood, you'll find it uplifted and you'll be
blessed greatly by being in the presence of Almighty God.
THE VALENS REGULAR CONCERT
This concert runs about an hour and a half, and includes songs from
their various albums with solos by Frankie, concert piano numbers by
Phyllis, duets by Frankie and Phyllis, a thought- provoking skit,
and a song with hand-signing. Frankie shares his testimony at every
A smorgasbord of love music through the ages that begins with a
sing-a-long of old favorites such as "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," a
fun skit about two famous lovers (Samson and Delilah), moving to the
era of ragtime piano, proceeding to the 50s and 60 love songs that
Frankie used to sing in the night clubs, including his signature
song, "This Magic Moment," closing with numbers from a Christian
musical, "I Promise To Love," and often ending the evening with the
couples repeating their vows, after which Frankie and Phyllis will
sing the ultimate love song, "Jesus Loves Me." It is a delightful
way to say, "I love you."
4th OF JULY CELEBRATION
Filled with rousing, "goose bumps" patriotic music that is not often
heard any more, including tributes to the American farmer and the
Much variety in styles and songs for this most blessed season of the
year, including the usual elements of a Frankie and Phyllis concert
- solos, duets, concert piano numbers, a delightful skit about two
angels, and a hand-signing song. This program is great, not only for
churches, but for Sunday School classes and any organization that
desires a Christmas program.
Rest homes, Rescue Missions, Salvation Army, schools - anywhere the
Lord leads them, they will go. They go to small churches as well as
to civic auditoriums. Their only desire is to be where God wants
them to be.
• Frankie was a 1960s-70s Pop Legend