Tony Booth
Tony Booth was born in Tampa Florida , but  in 2006 Tony was Commissioned and Official Texan by Governor
Rick Perry, for his contributions to Country Music in the Great State of Texas over the past 45 years. Tony is
married to wife Wanda, and they have children Tony Jr., Jaenene, Todd, Hayley. Tony attended the
University of New Mexico . At the age of 14 he won a national singing contest and the rest is history.  The
Tony Booth Band was the house band at the Famed Palomino Club in Los Angeles.  Tony was a member of
Buck Owens' All American Show , which was a regular performer on The Buck Owens' Ranch Party television
show, and made numerous appearances on Hee-Haw.

The Tony Booth Band won Band of the year in 1970, 1971,and 1972 from The Academy of Country Music,
Tony was awarded Most Promising Male Artist of 1971 by the Academy of Country Music. Other awards
include, The ASCAP Award in 1974 for The Song "Carwash Blues", Nominee for Male Vocalist of the Year
1973, by The Academy of Country  Music along with Conway Twitty, Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, Ray Price,
and Charley Rich. Nominee finalist for Song of the Year 2009 from Academy of Western Artists for "Is This All
There is To A Honky Tonk".  Male Vocalist of the year from the Will Rogers Academy of Western Artists.  

Tony had over 3000 performances throughout the United States as Narrator and  Band Leader of Tommy
Tunes " Best Little Whorehouse In Texas".

Tony has worked with greats, including Buck Owens, Don Rich, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Gene Watson,
Darrell McCall, Johny Bush,Jody Nix, Justin Trevino, Curtis Potter, Leona Williams, Jake Hooker, Bobby
Flores, Randy Travis, Ferlin Huskey, Frenchie Burke, and many others.

Tony had many hit songs including "The Key's in The Mailbox, " Lonesome 7-7203", "Cinderella", "When A
Man Loves a Woman", "Carwash Blues', "Old Faithful", "Happy Hour", "Secret Love;, and many more.

If your looking for a Great Country Entertainer, then Tony Booth is great for your event.