ANTHONY Toner is celebrating the release of his new album, Sing Under the Bridges, with an extensive spring tour of solo performances.
The album is the fifth from the acclaimed singer songwriter and guitarist, born and raised in Coleraine but now based in Belfast.
Anthony has been building an impressive body of work, first hitting the airwaves six years ago with the much-loved radio hit Sailortown, and following it with equally catchy songs like The Duke of Oklahoma, Well Well Well and East of Louise.
Some of Northern Ireland’s finest musicians have played on the new material, including pianist John McCullough, guitarist Ronnie Greer, Neil Martin on cello, John Fitzpatrick on violin, Peter McKinney on drums and Linley Hamilton on trumpet.
The tour will see Anthony play venues across Northern Ireland including Larne Museum and Arts Centre on Friday, April 26.
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