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TS and the Country Magic

Rank #2 AU Zillmere, QLD, AU Country / Blues / Folk / Soul / ...
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Sounds Like: Johnny Cash, Ben Harper, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Jonah's Road

Label: The Business Plan Ent

Manager: Daryl Frazier and Mayzella House

Bio: Spend a moment in time with Tony spence Frontman and Founder of ‘TS and the Country Magic’ and your head will be spinning with what he has packed into his 12 years as a Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist. Growing up between Redcliffe and Caboolture, a street kid at 13, by 15 years of age he ... See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: If we're talking, it means we're pre-dating. <3 so it means your not single girls :) :-* <3 — listening to... http://t.co/mIP5rvs4bM

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Feb 4, 2014
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    Jun 13


    Brisbane, QLD, AU | 12:00pm

    Brisbane, QLD, AU
    Fri Jun 13 12:00pm

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    HEY, CHECK THIS OUT!!! [Your support means everything] To all of my absolutely amazing friends, thank you for taking the time to read this, I truly do appreciate it. In the modern era of Music and with such a huge emphasis on Social Media it has become essential for Artist's to utilize these forms of promotion / advertising mediums to increase their exposure. So, if / when you get bombarded by a whole heap of "Like My Page" requests this isn't because Artist's are wanting to upset or annoy you, it's because they are trying to reach out in hope that you will show them your support. While it may be a small inconvenience at times, it only takes a couple of minutes of your time to show an Artist your support. And while that might not mean too much to you, it truly means the World to them. An Artist's popularity (or lack of) can be the make or break for them. Whether you may believe this or not, but a lot of Venue's, Publications, Record Labels and Music Businesses often use an Artist's number of "Likes" in making their decisions. So with all that said, here I am reaching out to all of you. I, (like any other Artist out there) am running in the Music Industry Rat Race and with your support I get closer to making my life-long dream become a reality. All I am asking of you, is if you could please spare a minute or two of your valuable time and give my Artist Page a "Like". To do so, please click on the link below: --->>> https://www.facebook.com/toninospence <<<--- When you get to my Artist Page, all that you need to do is to click on the "Like" button. If successful, it should change from saying "Like" to saying "Liked" with a tick beside it. To all of those who have already shown my Artist Page some love and given it a "Like", I can not thank you enough. ♥ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- While I have your attention, I would just like to address an issue that has been brought to my attention just recently. Due to Facebook's "EdgeRank" Algorithm, a vast majority of the post's that I have been making from my Artist Page aren't being seen. This is Facebook's way of forcing Artist's to pay for sponsored placements. As most Artist's will tell you, whether they are just starting out or having been around for a long time, money is tight. And most of us don't have the funding resources to outlay to Facebook just to enable us to connect with those who have chosen to connect with us. However, there is a way to get around this issue!!! All you need to do is click on the "Liked" button and a drop down list should appear. In that list, it should say "Get Notifications". Simply click on that option. Now, there should be a tick beside it. If this has been successful, you should now receive all of my updates. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From the bottom of my heart, I sincerely can not thank you all enough for your love, support, time and patience. You all help to make a seemingly impossible dream, possible. If you would like to invite any of your friends to this, please feel free to do so. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- YOU CAN ALSO FOLLOW ME ON: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZLXBxE15nCgzTPlQdKNupA Speaker: http://www.spreaker.com/user/tsandthecountrymagic Twitter: https://twitter.com/MCYogi14 ReverbNation: http://www.reverbnation.com/TSandthecountrymagic SoundCloud: https://www.soundcloud.com/tsandthecountrymagic ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm raising money for My next album. Click Here On The Link Below To Donate: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/7jSe6 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Note: If for whatever reason you are upset, offended, put out or annoyed by being invited to this, then please just decline the invitation and leave it at that. There is absolutely NO need for any nasty, sarcastic or inappropriate posts or comments.

  • 2013

    Aug 3


    Caboolture, QLD, AU | 10:45am
    The vault Cabollture Hub
    Caboolture, QLD, AU
    Sat Aug 03, 2013 10:45am

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    Spend a moment in time with Tony Spence and your head will be spinning with what he has packed into his 26 years. Growing up between Redcliffe and Caboolture, one of seven brothers and sisters, a street kid at 13, by 15 years of age he had made a commitment to himself - to make something of his life through his music and so penning his first song – ‘Country Town’. Tony is big on commitment and where life and people may have let him down, he has not waivered from his music, it is his backbone and lifeblood. Lyrics from his latest composition, ‘Jealousy’, sum it up – “There’s no way you’re gonna bring me strife, There’s no way you’re gonna kill my pride”. Tony’s self-produced CD, ‘Living on Victory’s Edge’, is testimony to his talent, with three originals and four covers gracing the sleeve. Easy-going and happy to share his private thoughts, Tony explains how this CD represents achievement and success but has further plans to tour the States and Australia – a realist, Tony knows this is only possible with the help of a backer. “I want to record at Sun Studio in Memphis Tennessee; my band is ‘TS and the Country Magic’ but I imagine I will need to get to Memphis as a solo artist.” Already with a following, Tony’s recent performance at the Urban Country Music Festival saw fans travel from the States to hear him. It was here that he performed his latest composition ‘Jealousy’ and describes how the Festival scratch band provided awesome support with his public debut of the song, well received by the audience at the ‘Walk-up Stage’; this Festival also awarded him third place in the Busking Competition People’s Choice, (in 2011 he received fourth place), situating himself in the same locale as he has for the past five years, near the Historical Village Railway Station. While country is at the heart of his oeuvre, Tony is a man for all seasons and can cut across musical genres however his delivery at the Hub Muso of the Month will essentially focus on originals with a country base. Despite being self-taught, It doesn’t hurt to have music in the genes either - Tony’s father is a professional drummer, “Dad was the first drummer of Keith Urban”, and a believer in his son’s talent. These days Tony and Dad converge to perform with Dad following son; they will next appear together at Tamworth County Music Festival with the band backing Tony. Tony’s increasingly interesting stories, delivered with endearing honesty, make for engaging conversation, however, he leaves the jaw-dropping details to last. “I actually died last year, I was doing a gig at Caboolture and might heart stopped; it’s my third heart attack but this one killed me. Being brought back to life means you don’t take anything for granted; I don’t drink anymore, and my focus is my music. Before I get to the States I want to concentrate on expanding my music in small country towns; it’s not something people usually think about, they all head for the big city, but small towns can be your toughest crowds, your harshest critics and that’s what I am up for; the sincerity of bush towns means you know you’ve really made it. “ With those words it’s clear whatever the future holds, Tony will still call Australia home. The Vault Performances are free and will take place on July 11 and July 17 (12 Noon – 12.45pm), August 3 (10.45am-11.30am) and August 11 (11am – 11.45am)

  • 2013

    Jul 18


    Nundah, QLD, AU | 12:00pm
    Espresso Train (Cafe and ca...
    Nundah, QLD, AU
    Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:00pm

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    Will be raising money to travel and tour the states, our target is $3500 and album's of my 2011 Living on victory's edge will be on sale for $5 or what ever price you guys feel its worth

  • 2013

    Jul 17


    Caboolture, QLD, AU | 12:00pm
    The vault Caboolture Hub
    Caboolture, QLD, AU
    Wed Jul 17, 2013 12:00pm

    Details

    Spend a moment in time with Tony Spence and your head will be spinning with what he has packed into his 26 years. Growing up between Redcliffe and Caboolture, one of seven brothers and sisters, a street kid at 13, by 15 years of age he had made a commitment to himself - to make something of his life through his music and so penning his first song – ‘Country Town’. Tony is big on commitment and where life and people may have let him down, he has not waivered from his music, it is his backbone and lifeblood. Lyrics from his latest composition, ‘Jealousy’, sum it up – “There’s no way you’re gonna bring me strife, There’s no way you’re gonna kill my pride”. Tony’s self-produced CD, ‘Living on Victory’s Edge’, is testimony to his talent, with three originals and four covers gracing the sleeve. Easy-going and happy to share his private thoughts, Tony explains how this CD represents achievement and success but has further plans to tour the States and Australia – a realist, Tony knows this is only possible with the help of a backer. “I want to record at Sun Studio in Memphis Tennessee; my band is ‘TS and the Country Magic’ but I imagine I will need to get to Memphis as a solo artist.” Already with a following, Tony’s recent performance at the Urban Country Music Festival saw fans travel from the States to hear him. It was here that he performed his latest composition ‘Jealousy’ and describes how the Festival scratch band provided awesome support with his public debut of the song, well received by the audience at the ‘Walk-up Stage’; this Festival also awarded him third place in the Busking Competition People’s Choice, (in 2011 he received fourth place), situating himself in the same locale as he has for the past five years, near the Historical Village Railway Station. While country is at the heart of his oeuvre, Tony is a man for all seasons and can cut across musical genres however his delivery at the Hub Muso of the Month will essentially focus on originals with a country base. Despite being self-taught, It doesn’t hurt to have music in the genes either - Tony’s father is a professional drummer, “Dad was the first drummer of Keith Urban”, and a believer in his son’s talent. These days Tony and Dad converge to perform with Dad following son; they will next appear together at Tamworth County Music Festival with the band backing Tony. Tony’s increasingly interesting stories, delivered with endearing honesty, make for engaging conversation, however, he leaves the jaw-dropping details to last. “I actually died last year, I was doing a gig at Caboolture and might heart stopped; it’s my third heart attack but this one killed me. Being brought back to life means you don’t take anything for granted; I don’t drink anymore, and my focus is my music. Before I get to the States I want to concentrate on expanding my music in small country towns; it’s not something people usually think about, they all head for the big city, but small towns can be your toughest crowds, your harshest critics and that’s what I am up for; the sincerity of bush towns means you know you’ve really made it. “ With those words it’s clear whatever the future holds, Tony will still call Australia home. The Vault Performances are free and will take place on July 11 and July 17 (12 Noon – 12.45pm), August 3 (10.45am-11.30am) and August 11 (11am – 11.45am)

  • 2013

    Jul 11


    Caboolture, QLD, AU | 12:00pm
    The Vault Caboolture Hub
    Caboolture, QLD, AU
    Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:00pm

    Details

    Spend a moment in time with Tony Spence and your head will be spinning with what he has packed into his 26 years. Growing up between Redcliffe and Caboolture, one of seven brothers and sisters, a street kid at 13, by 15 years of age he had made a commitment to himself - to make something of his life through his music and so penning his first song – ‘Country Town’. Tony is big on commitment and where life and people may have let him down, he has not waivered from his music, it is his backbone and lifeblood. Lyrics from his latest composition, ‘Jealousy’, sum it up – “There’s no way you’re gonna bring me strife, There’s no way you’re gonna kill my pride”. Tony’s self-produced CD, ‘Living on Victory’s Edge’, is testimony to his talent, with three originals and four covers gracing the sleeve. Easy-going and happy to share his private thoughts, Tony explains how this CD represents achievement and success but has further plans to tour the States and Australia – a realist, Tony knows this is only possible with the help of a backer. “I want to record at Sun Studio in Memphis Tennessee; my band is ‘TS and the Country Magic’ but I imagine I will need to get to Memphis as a solo artist.” Already with a following, Tony’s recent performance at the Urban Country Music Festival saw fans travel from the States to hear him. It was here that he performed his latest composition ‘Jealousy’ and describes how the Festival scratch band provided awesome support with his public debut of the song, well received by the audience at the ‘Walk-up Stage’; this Festival also awarded him third place in the Busking Competition People’s Choice, (in 2011 he received fourth place), situating himself in the same locale as he has for the past five years, near the Historical Village Railway Station. While country is at the heart of his oeuvre, Tony is a man for all seasons and can cut across musical genres however his delivery at the Hub Muso of the Month will essentially focus on originals with a country base. Despite being self-taught, It doesn’t hurt to have music in the genes either - Tony’s father is a professional drummer, “Dad was the first drummer of Keith Urban”, and a believer in his son’s talent. These days Tony and Dad converge to perform with Dad following son; they will next appear together at Tamworth County Music Festival with the band backing Tony. Tony’s increasingly interesting stories, delivered with endearing honesty, make for engaging conversation, however, he leaves the jaw-dropping details to last. “I actually died last year, I was doing a gig at Caboolture and might heart stopped; it’s my third heart attack but this one killed me. Being brought back to life means you don’t take anything for granted; I don’t drink anymore, and my focus is my music. Before I get to the States I want to concentrate on expanding my music in small country towns; it’s not something people usually think about, they all head for the big city, but small towns can be your toughest crowds, your harshest critics and that’s what I am up for; the sincerity of bush towns means you know you’ve really made it. “ With those words it’s clear whatever the future holds, Tony will still call Australia home. The Vault Performances are free and will take place on July 11 and July 17 (12 Noon – 12.45pm), August 3 (10.45am-11.30am) and August 11 (11am – 11.45am)

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