Widely known for his appearance as a finalist on NBC's The Voice, recording artist, actor and producer Tony Vincent has spent the last 22 years of his career operating out of New York City. In 1993 Vincent started his own record company, Adobe Flats, writing and producing the EP (Love Falling Down) that led to a recording contract with EMI Records. The two solo albums that followed, (Tony Vincent, One Deed) produced six #1 Billboard radio singles.
In 1997 Vincent took a detour into rock-based theater, starring on Broadway in RENT (Mark, Roger), Jesus Christ Superstar (Judas Iscariot) and Green Day's American Idiot (St. Jimmy). He played Simon Zealotes in Andrew Lloyd Webber's film remake of Jesus Christ Superstar, and is also featured in the film Andrew Lloyd Webber: Masterpiece. Vincent originated the role of Galileo Figaro in the rock band Queen's We Will Rock You on London's West End (2002), and opened the U.S. production in 2004. He has also fronted the band multiple times including an epic performance of "Bohemian Rhapsody" for Queen Elizabeth II, with a live audience of over 1 million people surrounding Buckingham Palace.
Tony Vincent is currently headlining the international symphony tour of The Music of David Bowie, and is writing and producing out of his newly relocated recording studio (SoundShop370) in Nashville, TN.