b. 6 January 1943, Mishawaka, Indiana, USA, d. 11 Oct 1998. Among the hardly any big rings to prosper through the rock and roll ‘n’ roll period, the Tony Barron Orchestra was shaped in 1967 in South Flex, Indiana, USA. Eager to regenerate the noises of Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw, Barron himself, along with Steve Bice, acted as vocalist for the (generally) 12-piece aggregation. Inspired with the Jan Garber custom of goodtime big music group dance music, they toured both locally and in neighbouring areas, playing at ballrooms and nostalgia evenings. They utilized these dates to market copies of their very own, separately financed recordings. The Tony Barron Orchestra continuing within this vein through the 70s, sketching new people from different high institutions, although their publicity was tied to having less airplay that their antecedents have been able to neglect. Nevertheless, many dance music group aficionados had been gratified by their tries to keep carefully the spirit from the music alive in the present day age group. The orchestra continuing under the path of Barry Wagner after Barron’s loss of life of lymphoma in 1998.