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Tony DeLecce
name: Tony
age: 60 years old
hometown: Altoona, PA, USA
last login: 05/23/2016
marital status: Married
sexual orientation: Straight
smoker: Non smoker
drinking habit: I drink socially
socially: I'm a home body
hobbies:Writing/recording music, Jamming, Golf, watching football, baseball
favorite bands:Beatles, Raspberries, solo Beatles, Badfinger, Moody Blues, Jazz standards
favorite movies:None
favorite TV shows:Seinfeld, 24
favorite books:Hate to read. I have to read things for my job alot and I do not find entertainment in reading
favorite magazines:Golf Digest, Guitar Player
religion: Protestant
political: Conservative
children: Proud parent
education: College graduate
living: With kids
employment: Full-time
  :: Tony DeLecce is a member since 11/17/2003 --- this profile has been viewed 66,109 times
Somewhere in England
main album
My Breedlove SM25
main album
Where it began rebuilt Cave
main album
Saville Row #3 old headquart
main album
Rock the Troops show
main album
[last edited on Mon Apr 11, 2016 @ 06:33 AM]
Hi Tony, sorry to add your songs so late to our player, but you sent the links via the SC "contact this artist" on out broadcasts/artist page which goes through to our email and doesn't tell us who it is from. I managed to use the SC search engine to trace the songs back to you (we only had the titles). If you send your links through the PM system on our members page next time, we will find them quicker. Here's a link to the right page if you need it (then hit the "contact user" tab on the left):
Have a great week! Rodz
:: posted by Clickers Club on Mon Apr 11, 2016 @ 06:31 AM     
[last edited on Thu Apr 7, 2016 @ 03:25 PM]
Hi Tony, how are you ? I've a lot of new songs on my Major Snagg page...a whole albums worth of my Pirate Radio project (When Pirates Ruled The Airwaves)... but I'd be specially interested to hear what you think of my cover of the song...'Bend Me, Shape Me'...originally by The Amen Corner in the UK (it reached #3 in Uk pop charts back in 1967).
A great song to play.
I'm tempted to cover 'Rainbow Valley', by The Love Affair. The bass guitar part is fantastic on that song. I'll have fun (but probably repetitive strain injury) when I attempt it smile :)
Your version of 'Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes', by Edison Lighthouse is great.
Bye for now Tony.
:: posted by david a briggs on Thu Apr 7, 2016 @ 03:16 PM     
well my old friend, we who have a few decades under our belts understand this type of music. you know i always appreciate the time you take to listen. my postings have certainly dropped off the last year or so. not much time to record and perhaps i've said all i had to say. so now, just when something pops up. take care
:: posted by Gabe Stenziano on Thu Apr 7, 2016 @ 08:00 AM     
Hello Tony,
i have a new song on my page.
i wish you will like.
Jacky from France
:: posted by Jacky couvreur on Wed Mar 16, 2016 @ 09:33 PM     
Thanks so much Tony for taking time to listen and comment on FusionFall Projects 'Spring Forward, Fall Back'
Steve and & both appreciate the kind words smile :)
cheers my friend!
:: posted by Michael Duran on Sun Mar 13, 2016 @ 10:09 PM     
thought i'd stop and drop a comment about the death of George Martin. definitely the only person on the planet that has any claim to the 5th Beatle title. In my opinion, the four piece pop group would never have become the magical, generation changing, genre defying wonder that they did without him. Perhaps Paul would have accomplished some of it on his own but i think he was schooled by Martin's classically trained talent. simply magic what the two of them accomplished... now just Paul and Ringo left.
:: posted by Gabe Stenziano on Sun Mar 13, 2016 @ 09:14 AM     
Hi Tony, hope this doesn't make you too jealous... but I've just returned from a nice two day city break to Liverpool. I simply had to re-visit The Cavern Club. The place oozes nostalia out of the brickwork. I'm gonna be Beatle crazy again for a week or two smile :) smile :)
:: posted by david a briggs on Thu Mar 3, 2016 @ 01:19 PM     
Thank you for the L&C of/on "Battle Hammer" Tony...Alan.
:: posted by Alan L Cole on Wed Mar 2, 2016 @ 05:41 PM     
Thanks for the L&C Tony...will be back...
:: posted by fendrguitplayr on Tue Mar 1, 2016 @ 10:52 AM     
I think keeping us in suspense is a great idea! You could write a whole album, each song being the next part of the story. Better than a cops & robbers TV series!
:: posted by rodrica on Tue Mar 1, 2016 @ 04:30 AM     
Tammy Swindell
Tammy Swindell
I thought I was already a fan well I was I guess not here
Sheryl Clapton
Sheryl Clapton
Rock - Folk Rock
Lynn Carey Saylor
Lynn Carey Saylor
Still spinning your CD Lynn


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