"The Voice" and American Idiot Star Tony Vincent Will Offer Solo Concert in NYC
12 Jun 2012
Photo by Mitchell Haaseth/NBC
Singer-actor Tony Vincent, who was most recently seen on the NBC reality singing competition "The Voice," will offer a solo concert July 23 at New York City's Rockwood Music Hall.
At the 7 PM concert, Vincent will perform music from his upcoming debut EP, which is scheduled for release in July. Vincent's debut single, "Starting Over," is available for free download by clicking here.
"I'm releasing a project in July that's very signature of what I do as an artist," said Vincent in a statement. "It's exciting and refreshing to be able to show the fans (that I've gained through NBC's 'The Voice' and past theatrical endeavors) what I do when I'm in the driver's seat."
Vincent, who was on the "Voice" team mentored by pop superstar Cee-Lo Green, has been seen on Broadway in American Idiot, Jesus Christ Superstar and Rent. Visit his page at the Playbill Vault.
Rockwood Music Hall is located at 196 Allen Street. For more information, visit TonyVincent.com.
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