In the 1980s, Tony Andriacchi was almost as famous in Chicago as his heroes Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra were around the world. Mr. Andriacchi made his indelible mark on the music scene opening for Tony Bennett, headlining all over the U.S., and performing to sold out houses at the Ravinia Festival, and NY's Lincoln Center.
In Tony's signature song, As Long As I'm Singing, Tony declares, "Making music is more to me than a pleasure!"
July 14th 2012 marked Woody Guthrie's 100th Birthday. Woody Guthrie wrote songs that became not only the sound-track of an era, but permanent fixtures of our American Identity. Guthrie's more than 3,000 songs covering countless subjects and appealing to all ages represented the pulse of hard-hit people in times of economic depression and war.