Tony Cutrone performed for Mississauga singer/songwriter, Sharon Pereira, on the day her debut disc, Perfect Stranger, dropped on iTunes and in stores. The show was on June 11th at The Old Barber House in Mississauga.
Sharon Pereira’s original composition, “Why Don’t You Tell Him?“, from her debut CD, Perfect Stranger.
Tony Cutrone performed live and on the CD, “One Shot Life”, for up-and-coming country pop singer/songwriter, Jamie Gabbani.
Tony Cutrone performs with vocalist, Jamie Gabbani, a cover of the Bob Dylan song, “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You’re Gone” at Musideum in Toronto on September 21st, 2014
Tony Cutrone worked with former Backstreet Boys member, Nick Carter, on October 5th, 2015 when he performed an intimate acoustic set at Strathcona Hotel. It was an exclusive matinee show for fans only that cost $200/ticket.
Tony Cutrone performed with Italo-Canadian crooner, Daniel Panetta, in Ottawa on May 02 at Sala San Marco Banquet Hall for a special performance for Gina’s Gala for the wife of former Ottawa Citizen newspaper editor, Tony Lofaro.
Daniel Panetta‘s version of “O Sole Mio” from his CD, The Closer I Get.
Tony Cutrone performed bass guitar on the latest disc, Nowhere But Up, by Mississauga-based hard rock band, W.Y.C. (Wear Your Crown), fronted by singer/guitarist/songwriter, Frank Veal.
“Great To Know You” is an unreleased track from the latest W.Y.C. (Wear Your Crown) disc, Nowhere But Up.
Tony Cutrone (aka Tony Wilde) co-wrote and performed bass, keyboards, and some guitar on her eponymous debut CD
“How Many More Times” was performed by singer, Michelle Gmyrek. Tony Cutrone co-wrote and co-produced the song with Gmyrek and Dom Condo at Soundwerx Recording Studio
Tony Cutrone hangs out with Mike Lookinland, the actor who played “Bobby Brady” on the popular sitcom, The Brady Bunch, backstage in Rochester, New York while Tony performed with Disco Nation.
Tony Cutrone hanging out with Johnny Dee, lead singer of Canadian rock band, Honeymoon Suite, on Canada Day 2014 in Maple, Ontario