About Tony Glaser
You’ll remember if you’ve seen a show with Tony Glaser on bass. He stands out, giving himself to the music and to the audience, clearly enjoying every moment with infectious energy that spreads to everyone present.
Like any decent bass player, they get around, and you may have seen him at spots all over the world in various bands and projects. No stranger to the touring artist life, he’s played all over the world since the age of 16 and shows no signs of stopping.
Now he has his own band, committed to giving his fans authentic shows that will get people dancing, laughing, feeling, thinking, and definitely coming back for more. And his band is full of his incredibly talented friends he’s met over the years.
All of his songs have a pulse, probably because he writes from a bassist’s perspective, always respecting the groove and underlying rhythms that get Tony moving. If he doesn’t feel it, he doesn’t expect you to either, so the show starts on the stage, regardless of who is in the audience.
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