TONY VINCENT (1995) EMI.  Tony's big break came when playing a festival in Iowa. He was spotted by the NewsBoys on their "Not Ashamed Tour" and signed a multi-album record deal with Star Song EMI/CMG.  This led to an opportunity to spend three months opening for the NewsBoys on their "Going Public Tour".  It was through that experience that people started to wonder who this 'Tony Vincent' was.  The first solo album, "Tony Vincent," a 100% pop vibe filled with integrity, was co-produced by Brent Bourgeois (Bourgeois-Tagg), and was released in April 1995.  Written and recorded just after Tony's 20th birthday, the album generated four consecutive number-one radio singles ("Simple Things", "Out Of My Hands", "Whole New Spin", "Must Be The Season").  Music videos of "Out Of My Hands" and "Must Be The Season" were released with this album.

BUY NOW!  The "Tony Vincent" album is available to buy in CD and digital download (MP3) format from and iTunes.  The "Out Of My Hands" video is also available to download from iTunes.

Press (review)
Press (articles / interviews 1995)
Video (making of "Must Be The Season" Video)
Video ("Out Of My Hands" television performance)