Tony Middleton

Tony Middleton

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R & B - Classic | Bronx, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 12   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Joe Williams, Lou Rawls

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Tony Middleton's career is an interesting and diversified one, which spans many years of accomplishments. He is the lead singer and songwriter of a group called "The Willows". He wrote "Church Bells May Ring" considered Doo Wop, formerly R&B.
Tony has performed in several Broadway shows, including: "Cabin in the Sky" (the Lead), "Purlie", and "Porgy & Bess". He was also the understudy for Sammy Davis in "Free & Easy" performing in Paris, Brussels & Amsterdam in the 60's.
Tony lived in Paris for several years, having been sent there to satisfy their need for a Ray Charles type singer and voice. Tony has also worked in the UK performing Northern Soul music.
For years he had done demos for people like Tony Bennett, Elvis Presley & Lou Rauls.
Today Tony works regulars in a number of venues in NYC as a Jazz Vocalist & a Sunday Jazz Brunch @ the Kitano Hotel for 7 years.
In addition, of course, Tony Middleton is a writer & composer of songs.

Latest News

At this time Tony Middleton performs twice monthly @ Opia, 57th St. & Lex. NYC.
He does the Sunday Jazz Brunch @ The Kitano Hotel, Park Ave. & 38th St., NYC.
Also, he will be doing a major Birthday Celebration @ the Kitano on Friday, June 24th.
It will be 2 sets: 8 pm & 10 pm with an amazing quartet.


Tony Middleton posted over 30 days ago to Tony Middleton

Currently I perform every Sunday @ The Kitano Hotel in NYC their Jazz Brunch for the last 7 years. I perform twice monthly @ Opia in Manhattan. My next show is on May7th with an amazing trio. I am the lead singer of The Willows, "Church Bells May Ring" & we perform often in major Doo Wop shows. May 13 I will be performing @ Grasso's in LI, NY. My pianist is Joe Vincent Tranchino & my bassist is Jim Cammack (Ahmad Jamal's bassist for 30 years.)


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