Father and Sons are a gifted and Talented band originally from the Philippines led by Father Albert Pancho.
They cover all classic rock songs as well as modern top 40 pop rock as well, very versatile and great for any occasion, a great party band.
Albert Pancho, a gifted musician, singer-songwriter, a fine artist, currently the lead vocals for "Father & Sons". As a working student taking up Bachelor of Fine Arts, he was already performing at what was called then the "folkhouses" during the mid-70s, doing covers of songs from his legendary folk heroes such as Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Peter Yarrow of PPM, Paul Simon, James Taylor to name a few.
He was also dubbed as the Don Mclean exponent at one stage. He has written insightful original materials and has since then won him enduring respect from both enthusiastic music lovers and fellow musicians of his era.
One of his original songs, "Awit Ni Ina" he wrote in 1978, his tribute to his newly born eldest son and wife, Menchie was recorded by another Filipino recording artist Freddie Aguilar and was included in the album "Kamusta Ka".