About

Tony Spavone

A Voice for Romance and Charm

Born in Naples, Italy, Tony is a professionally trained singer who immigrated to the U.S. in 1965. As a young man he worked in his father’s renowned restaurant, Seven Hills in Chicago. By the time he was 17 he was sneaking into clubs to sing, which was his first love. Tony was classically trained in voice at the Conservatory of Chicago and later returned to Naples for additional training to perfect his Neapolitan style. Tony started his singing career touring the U.S. with many Italian singers, including the great singer/songwriters Domenico Modugno, Claudio Villa, Umberto Tozzi and many others. Through the years, Tony has shared the stage with Paul Anka, Vicki Carr, Joey Dee and the Star Lighters, Bobbie Riddel, Sergio Franchi, the Four Aces, Curtis Mayfield and many others. Tony headlined at the 2000 National Republican Convention and many other political functions. Tony was invited to sing the National Anthem for the Chicago Bull’s Three-peat Championship game in 1995 and Tony has toured in various cities in Italy. His voice and charm has pleased many audiences through the years. Tony resides in Chicago with his wife and two daughters and when he is not on the road you can hear him crooning at Tony Spavone’s restaurant in Bloomingdale, IL. Tony has four CD’s and is currently working on a fifth which are available for purchase at tonyspavone.com, Tony Spavone’s restaurant or at Tony’s concerts.