November 2011 Blog Posts (5)

Someone Else's Problem.........

The blog you may read here was written only a short week or so ago.  Since then my heart is full by the number of people who have come along and helped me to help the child victims of Sex and Slave Trafficking worldwide by downloading my song 'Someone Else's Problem' from the UK Charity music store.....

   right here

 

Today I received a message from Music World…

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Added by tommie brewster on November 26, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments

Three Number one Spots at one time....

Recently I celebrated three years of being the Number One blues artist for New Zealand on Reverbnation -

three whole years since I put out my first release on there and went to number one and stayed and stayed

and stayed..........http://www.reverbnation.com/tommiesingah…



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Added by tommie brewster on November 26, 2011 at 3:46am — No Comments

Happy Late Veterans Day

Hello all  I did an old fashion USO show over the weekend we had over 1000 people

it was produced in an airplane hanger at Leesburg International Airport FL . We had a full swing band and a swinging crowd Patriotism was alive and well .

 I would like to dedicate this song Miss Liberty to all our veterans , a song I composed that was endorsed by Dante B Fascell a member of congress in regard to the celebration of our freedom . Featuring Brent Mason CMA / Grammy winner on…

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Added by Mickey Carroll on November 14, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments

Tony Adamo Meets Tower Of Power Meets The Headhunters

Website: http://www.strokeland.com/StrokelandJazz/TonyAdamo/WhatIsHip/What[...]

By Scott Yanow

L.A Jazz Scene/ All Music Guide to Jazz/ The

Jazz Singers





A new CD that has recently been recorded is being

described as “Tony Adamo meets Tower of Power meets The Headhunters” set to be

released in early…
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Added by Tony Adamo on November 6, 2011 at 2:02pm — No Comments

Singer Tony Adamo in TOP 25



Singer Tony Adamo's "No Strings" is @# 17 in Lasvegasweekly TOP 25

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Added by Tony Adamo on November 1, 2011 at 7:09pm — No Comments

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