Tony Cannon and Southbound
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Tony Cannon and Southbound

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"Wow"

Your CD is awesome. I love local artist. You should definitly come to TX. - Reviewer Rebecka


"Great Music"

My sister told me you were a must hear and now i see why, your misic is fresh. come to kentucy soon guys. - Reviewer Great Music


"Outstanding"

This CD is one of the best ive heard in a long time. I can't wait to hear more. - Reviewer


"Awesome Show"

I saw you guys on Saturday at Trickys for the first time. The CD is great, but after hearing you live i will be back every night you are there!! The nw songs are great too. - Reviewer


"Cant stop coming back"

Awesome CD guys, i hardly ever miss the chance to hear ya'll live, ya'll really put on a heck of a show - Reviewer


Discography

Still working on that hot first release.

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Bio

Biography of Tony Cannon

Tony Cannon was born in Moultrie Georgia and grew up in the Central Savannah River Area (Waynesboro, GA). His mother said he has always loved music. At about 3 or 4 he would stand next to the radio with a tennis racket and sing along. At the age of about 10 years of age Tony did get a guitar and within a year he taught himself to play. He then got interested in playing the drums. He got some help from a musical friend and learned to play drums also.

Tony would enter in as many karaoke contests as he could. After winning 1st, or placing 2nd or 3rd, he decided that he wanted to be part of a band. He was about eighteen years of age when he first got to play in a rock band as a drummer, but wasn’t happy because he wanted to be a country singer. He spent the next year as a solo artist playing any place he could just to showcase his talent.

TonyCannon, Cecil Howard and Micheal Cannon
wrote some songs and decided to record three of them and a CD from a CD recorder. They gave them away and Reuben Cooper, an independent record scout heard them and decided that he could do something with the songs. Mr. Cooper put Tony Cannon in a
recording studio and recorded a 4-song demo. After which Tony teamed up with a great group of fellows now known as the Southbound Band. Tony bringing his own style of country music together with Southbound Band makes the combination a showstopper in any performance.
Biography of Tony Cannon Continued

Tony and Southbound has just finished his CD entitled Up to my neck in red. The single on the album up to my neck in red, is currently being played on some local radio stations in the CSRA (Central Savannah Area), some college stations and a few Internet stations. The CD is being distributed by CD Baby (www.cdbaby.com/tcannon) or Goldbar Records (www.goldbarrecords.net). Up to my neck in red has sold over 25oo copies and is getting very good reviews.

Tony and Southbound has played such venues as Day in the Country (Augusta, GA), Cotton Picking Fest (Gay, GA), Live stock fest (Sylvania, GA), Red Neck games (Dublin, GA) Tony Cannon and Southbound has also performed at numerous state fairs and clubs throughout the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area), and has also shared the stage with Mel McDaniel, Trace Adkins, Joe Diffie, Josh Gracin to name a few.

The Single Up to my neck in red was written by Keith Burns and Lee Bogan, also When the rubber hits the road was written by Lee Bogan, Big trouble with little woman, was written by Lee Bogan and Joe Diffie, and the others written by a very talent group of writers on Goldbar Records team of writers (Robbie Ansley, Micheal Cannon, Cecil Howard, and Charity Flake.