Best-known for his drumming and marching/tap dancing abilities, Frank Parker began his career in present business at age 5. Delivered sometime during 1919 in New Orleans, Parker performed as an associate of Child Clayton’s music group before relocating to LA, CA, and starting up with Teddy Buckner (on the Beverly Caverns) as well as the Johnny Otis Music group. Upon returning back to New Orleans in 1949, Parker performed alongside such notables as Excess fat Domino, Joe Phillips, Roy “Great Rocking” Dark brown, and Paul Gayten. Almost ten years afterwards, Parker continued the street with Ray Charles, that was implemented up by an area using the Louis Jordan Music group. In 1959, he caused Lou Rawls (amongst others) back LA. By 1970, Parker was operating once again on Bourbon Road with Thomas Jefferson, George Finola, Papa People from france, Santo Pecora, and Wallace Davenport. During his old age, he performed with Laverne Smith at Marriot and Fairmont resorts, toured with One Mo’ Amount of time in 1979 (a stage strike about dark vaudeville in the first times of jazz), and a 12 months later, performed drums for Percy Humphrey as well as the Preservation Hall Music group, before eventually retiring in 1990 after struggling a stroke. Just a couple months following the Louisiana Jazz Federation offered him with an eternity achievement honor, Parker passed away on January 23, 2001.