Tony Sciuto

Antonino Joseph "Tony" Sciuto, Jr. is a songwriter, performer and record producer who has been active since 1965, a member of both THE LITTLE RIVER BAND and PLAYER, and having written songs for THE BAY CITY ROLLERS, NICK KAMEN, B.J. THOMAS and TINA TURNER among many others.


As a young protege born in Baltimore, MD., cited by Brian Epstein in New York, entered and won many song/singing contests as well as having songs recorded by prominent artists of their times. 


Tony’s “Island Nights” album and title track reached the Top 10 in many countries followed by touring to rave reviews as well as being covered by local artists in Japan and Australia.


Tony wrote with Sammy Egorin, "Legend In The Sun", that commemorated the career of Baltimore Orioles baseball shortstop athlete Cal Ripken and having performed this song on the Baltimore Orioles dugout to a sold out stadium crowd.


Tony’s career is chalked full of hits - “My Lisa”, “Hold Back The Night”, “One Last, One More Time”, “On Chesapeake Bay”, “Bring Me Your Love” and “Last Sound Love Makes” - among others. Tony still writes, performs and releases his music worldwide.



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