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Medusasmom
March 12th 2019
Tony Orlando & Dawn( Joyce Vincent & Thelma Hopkins) are Legends! They NEVER DISAPPOINT! They have entertained audiences with their mesmerizing voices & obvious love of each other & what they do since they were teenagers! I’ve seen Tony’s shows many times since I was 11 years old( I’m 56) & his voice is as beautiful powerful,strong & clear as it was when he had the old TV show! Speaking of which, was that show not a remarkable gem way before it’s time?! The skits,musical guests,songs & Tony’s nightly ending in the audience that people so loved( he still does that every single show!) That show could hold its own today!! Their show at Firekeepers was beautiful! I’m going through late stage cancer and was very down & depressed. Their amazing show with such beautiful spiritual Christmas music,an incredibly talented band & even Such a wonderful Santa did wonders to cheer me up! I actually went to see them in Canada a week earlier & missed the show as my chemo meds put me to sleep to early😟But the FireKeeprs show more then made up for it! If you ever get the chance to see Tony & the girls live, run don’t walk an get tickets! There are not a lot of Entertainment Legends left and these are 3 of the sweetest,most genuine people with the biggest hearts you’ll ever see on the planet! They are so very special indeed! And all 3 voices will STILL send Gègoosebumps down your spine!! How blessed I was @ 8pm on that 1st Wednesday night way back in 1974 when I turn the channel on my TV & found some of my fave people ever! They blew me away just as throughly with those angelic voices & same mesmerizing stage presence Tony has had since he began singing & had his 1st hit record @16! He sounds even better at 74 & I’ll be there to enjoy & support him every show he has I can get too! Medusasmom Tami
Battle Creek, MI@
FIREKEEPERS CASINO

About Tony Orlando

Tony Orlando (born 3 April 1944) is an American singer best known for his time with the group Dawn in the early 1970s.

Born Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitis to a Greek father and a Puerto Rican mother, he was raised in Manhattan's then-notorious Hell's Kitchen. His best friend was Freddie Prinze (who was of Puerto Rican and German descent).[citation needed]

Tony Orlando's musical career started with The Five Gents, a doo-wop group he formed. His first success came when he recorded the hit “Halfway To Paradise”. After becoming general manager at Columbia Records, he was tempted back to a recording career when he was asked to record a demo record of “Candida”. The label liked the demo so much that Tony's performance was released, under the band name “Dawn” (named after a record executive's daughter).

Joining Tony were Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson, and the trio scored a string of #1 hits with “Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree”, “Knock Three Times”, and “Candida”. With a successful recording career, Orlando then set his sights on television which resulted in his highly rated weekly variety series on CBS. Breaking new ground, it was television's first multi-ethnic variety show. Orlando (of Hispanic and Greek origins) and Hopkins and Wilson (African Americans) were an instant hit. The show, which ran for four seasons (from 1974 to 1976), welcomed the biggest names in show business each week as Tony's guests, including his boyhood idols, Jackie Gleason and Jerry Lewis.
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Send a request to Tony Orlando to play in your city
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Fan Reviews

Medusasmom
March 12th 2019
Tony Orlando & Dawn( Joyce Vincent & Thelma Hopkins) are Legends! They NEVER DISAPPOINT! They have entertained audiences with their mesmerizing voices & obvious love of each other & what they do since they were teenagers! I’ve seen Tony’s shows many times since I was 11 years old( I’m 56) & his voice is as beautiful powerful,strong & clear as it was when he had the old TV show! Speaking of which, was that show not a remarkable gem way before it’s time?! The skits,musical guests,songs & Tony’s nightly ending in the audience that people so loved( he still does that every single show!) That show could hold its own today!! Their show at Firekeepers was beautiful! I’m going through late stage cancer and was very down & depressed. Their amazing show with such beautiful spiritual Christmas music,an incredibly talented band & even Such a wonderful Santa did wonders to cheer me up! I actually went to see them in Canada a week earlier & missed the show as my chemo meds put me to sleep to early😟But the FireKeeprs show more then made up for it! If you ever get the chance to see Tony & the girls live, run don’t walk an get tickets! There are not a lot of Entertainment Legends left and these are 3 of the sweetest,most genuine people with the biggest hearts you’ll ever see on the planet! They are so very special indeed! And all 3 voices will STILL send Gègoosebumps down your spine!! How blessed I was @ 8pm on that 1st Wednesday night way back in 1974 when I turn the channel on my TV & found some of my fave people ever! They blew me away just as throughly with those angelic voices & same mesmerizing stage presence Tony has had since he began singing & had his 1st hit record @16! He sounds even better at 74 & I’ll be there to enjoy & support him every show he has I can get too! Medusasmom Tami
Battle Creek, MI@
FIREKEEPERS CASINO

About Tony Orlando

Tony Orlando (born 3 April 1944) is an American singer best known for his time with the group Dawn in the early 1970s.

Born Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitis to a Greek father and a Puerto Rican mother, he was raised in Manhattan's then-notorious Hell's Kitchen. His best friend was Freddie Prinze (who was of Puerto Rican and German descent).[citation needed]

Tony Orlando's musical career started with The Five Gents, a doo-wop group he formed. His first success came when he recorded the hit “Halfway To Paradise”. After becoming general manager at Columbia Records, he was tempted back to a recording career when he was asked to record a demo record of “Candida”. The label liked the demo so much that Tony's performance was released, under the band name “Dawn” (named after a record executive's daughter).

Joining Tony were Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson, and the trio scored a string of #1 hits with “Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Ole Oak Tree”, “Knock Three Times”, and “Candida”. With a successful recording career, Orlando then set his sights on television which resulted in his highly rated weekly variety series on CBS. Breaking new ground, it was television's first multi-ethnic variety show. Orlando (of Hispanic and Greek origins) and Hopkins and Wilson (African Americans) were an instant hit. The show, which ran for four seasons (from 1974 to 1976), welcomed the biggest names in show business each week as Tony's guests, including his boyhood idols, Jackie Gleason and Jerry Lewis.
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Genres:
70s, Decades

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