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    Thunderhawks fly again

    Tony Sarno has announced a new touring lineup for his rock band the Thunderhawks. The band, founded by Sarno, Keith Christopher, and Eddy Shaver in Nashville Tennessee, released their critically acclaimed self-titled debut in 2005, but never toured. Sarno has teamed up with fellow Icehouse Records Artist Wes Jeans on guitar, Ashley Jeans on bass, Scott Little Bihlman on drums/percussion, and Dana Bonardi on drums/percussion. There are plans for tours in the U.S., Germany, and Japan.


    Preproduction for New Blues Album

    Tony is currently working with Engineer/Producer Jason Hall on an upcoming blues release. The collection will include songs from two of Tony's Favorite blues guitarists, Albert Collins and B.B. King. It will also feature his take on non-blues artists' songs including Bob Dylan, The Temptations, Led Zeppelin, and The Rolling Stones. It is scheduled for release in 2017.


    Happy New Year!

    Here's to a happy and healthy new year. Love, Laugh, Music and Art- Tony

    Tony Sarno on Felix Cavaliere Christmas Tour

    Tony Sarno is playing guitar for the legendary Felix Cavaliere of the Rascals on Felix' Christmas Tour. "Felix and the Rascals were really the American Beatles, and it is a true honor to be playing those great songs with Felix", said Sarno. Please visit www.pollstar.com for tickets and information. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


    Tony on Ernie Ball Strings

    Tony is currently using the latest electric guitar strings by Ernie Ball. "The M-String Power slinky set is a great set of strings" says Sarno.


    Silent Night now on Spotify

    Tony Sarno's recording of Silent night, and Oh Holy Night is now available for streaming on Spotify.

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