Tony Spinner

Tony Spinner ( born June 9, 1963 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri) is an American guitarist and singer.


Even as a child was very interested in music Spinner. At eight, he began taking guitar and piano lessons. At the age of 14 he began to seriously play the guitar after he had Alvin Lee and Jimi Hendrix saw on TV. First appearances in smaller concerts he had during his time at the high school.

His first solo album Saturn Blues published Spinner 1993. Followed two years later My '64 and 1996 Crosstown Sessions. He was offered of the rock band Toto, to accompany them on their tour Mindfields 1999. This offer took Spinners and has since been an integral part of the band on tour until its dissolution in 2008. Besides, he has also worked on their albums Through The Looking Glass (2003) and Falling in Between ( 2006). Spinner took over live even in the title "Stop lovin ' you", the vocals for the original Joseph Williams on the album The Seventh One, the lead vocals.

Since 2001, touring with the Spinner Tony Spinner band through North America and Europe. In 2003 he worked on the tribute album Voodoo Crossing - a tribute to Jimi Hendrix. A year later, he completed work on his fourth album Chicks and Guitars and published the plate.