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Ralph Marco

Ralph Marco was the founder and creator of Chicago Heat, a Doo Wop group performing throughout Southwest Florida for many years. He was most known for his performances of Tony Bennett and Ray Charles in addition to the beloved music of the Doo Wop era.

He was the headliner act in 'A Tony Bennett Tribute Show' featuring the best of Tony Bennett. Ralph was an accomplished musician and sculptor; his book 'Pork and Beans' was published as an Indie author. The book  offers an inside look at Ralph's life growing up in Melrose Park Chicago.

Ralph passed away on October 20, 2018 at Hospice House in Cape Coral, Florida after a long and valiant battle with cancer. He will be sadly missed by his family, friends, Chicago Heat and fans.


Paul Spallina

New York born and raised, Paul Spallina sang in choral groups and rock bands, most of his life, took up Swing Dancing in 1997 and relocated to Ft. Myers in 2000. His participation in Community Theater helped to bring Paul to Chicago Heat. He will always be sadly missed by family, friends, Chicago Heat and his fans.