[ART/CROONING] Tony Pacino is an Italian-born singer living in Paris, who has been crooning the likes of Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and Tom Jones in Italian, French and English. He’s recorded a few albums in Europe, as well as the a remake of “Come Prima”—a classic Italian song Pacino disco-fied and made a hit. He’s performed at the Palais des Congres des Paris, and just spent last month performing at the Parisian cabaret Paradis Latin. But now Pacino is happy to be here, visiting family on the North Shore. “Since I was a little child I have been so very in love with America,” he said. “This is the first time I’ve come to see my son and daughter-in-law. It is very, very great here—the paradise of windsurfing.” Local artist and international charmer Piero Resta is hosting this event, which also features Danielle Delaunay from London. And Resta, too, will be showcasing selected works from his “Usque Dum Vivam Et Ultra” 2006 collection.