Several Lucky Strikes (unfiltered, needless to say) will be the reason Tony C.’s tone of voice is indeed gravelly, based on the guy himself. From his dad he learned your guitar chords D, C, and G at age nine, along with a publication on Elvis a yr later covered his destiny. The search for rock and roll triumph were only available in senior high school when guitarist Patrick Halley and Tony C. began their first music group. Skip forward years and add guitarist Jason Moscartolo, bassist John Harvey, drummer Tobias Ralph, and turntablist DJ Prestige, and you have the punchy, gritty pub band audio of Tony C. & the reality. Constant touring offered them publicity and a gathering with Lava Information. Tony C. arrived having a six-pack of ale to the conference, which will need to have reviewed well since Lava released their debut, Demonophonic Blues, in 2004.