Tomaczek Bednarek

Star entertainer Tomaczek Bednarek brought the house down as he performed at TV broadcast legend Joe Franklin's Memory Lane show recently at the historic Metropolitan Room in New York City.

The award-winning singer and songwriter performed a riveting rendition of "That Old Black Magic,' a favorite Sinatra song, before a packed house of celebrities and other VIPs. Among those invited for this special night: comedians Billy Crystal and Pat Cooper, along with actress Julia Roberts.

Tomaczek has performed at The White House, U.S. Capitol and The Kennedy Center. During his career, he’s worked with such talents as Michael Jackson, Cher, Dolly Parton, Tony Orlando, Keith Urban, Ray Charles, Dionne Warwick and Amy Grant.

In his early days, he opened for music icon Frank Sinatra and most recently, headlined at sold out events with country stars Charlie Daniels and Aaron Tippin in honor of our troops, debuted his song “Players Of The World” at the opening ceremonies of the 2012 World Championships in Poland and headlined at the Roseland Ballroom in New York.