Every so often, we are blessed with the pleasure of witnessing young talent develop into musical greatness. Tony Aero, with his smooth voice, Southern charm, laid back style and humbled good looks is well on his way to becoming one of the music industry’s greats. Tony is a sixteen year old singer, songwriter and guitarists. His appeal will be immediately felt as a different flare in the market. During an age of computerized fly by night artist, Tony Aero is not just another run of the mill male vocalist. He is the beginning of the new wave of artist destined to restore R&B to his greatness through his all-around developed talent and musicianship much like the founders before him.
Growing up in the Mecca of modern R&B, Atlanta, Georgia, Tony was exposed at a very early age to the movement in music that the world has come to love and appreciate from his hometown. Tony was born into a family of musicians and singers. He developed a love for music and begin singing and performing at the age of 8. Tony plays the flute, saxophone, piano, and picked up the guitar at age 12 also and hasn’t stopped since. His appreciation for music led him to study many different artists ranging from The Beatles, Michael Jackson, John Mayer, Lil Wayne, Donny Hathaway, Stevie Wonder, Neyo, Maxwell and Jimi Hendrix. Tony has been often characterized as a young Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds.
Tony’s is no stranger to this business of music. He debut his first single “Superhero” European market at the age of 12. He was the youngest artist to chart on the UK’s Music Week Urban top 40 at number 4. Many were amazed that such talent could be displayed by a person so young yet so gifted. His single created frenzy amongst European producers. Just to name a few, Top producers such as Dave Doyle, Neil Thompson and WaWa all created remixes of “Superhero”. The buzz on the single was so high; it landed Tony as the featured cover artist of Stacks magazine.
Tony also has a heart of gold and loves to spend time giving back to those less fortunate. He volunteered to visit the Children’s Healthcare Network and “The Voice” with Wendy Threatt. Tony was the featured artist on the show where he was interviewed by Wendy. The Children’s Healthcare Network is affiliated with The Ryan Seacrest Foundation. He also did a live Broadcast performance for the kids of Children’s Healthcare and Egelston Hospital.
Lately, Tony has been spending time developing his craft and has been fortunate to team with one of the music industry’s top music producers, Drumma Boy. Tony is currently signed, as an artist, on Drumma Boy’s “Drum Squad” label. They are in the process of creating a fresh new sound that will be guaranteed to send Tony back to the top the charts.