As is the natural progression for many DJ’s, Tony turned producer and remixer in 1994 when he collaborated with his good friend Reggie Rodgers on a track called “Deeper – Cano Bros” by Random Access on Relief Records. From there Tony and Reggie went on to release “Keep Thinkin” by Soul Foundation on Vinyl Soul. Tony went on to remix “Seduce Me Now” by India on Jellybean Recordings and Sony Records and remixed “Sunshine” by Georgie Porgie on Music Plant Records. Many of these records were promoted nationally and reached the top of the Billboard Club Charts.
January 9th, 2011 was proclaimed House DJ Day in Chicago. Tony was named among the 100 pioneering DJ's who made major contributions to the House Music Culture. As part of the celebration, a historic photo shoot took place to immortalize these DJ's known as “The DJ Architects Of House Music”. Among those in the photo shoot were Frankie Knuckles, Lil Louis, Farley “Jackmaster” Funk, Terry Hunter, Mike Dunn, Steve Hurley, and many others.
Flyer from back in the day! Tony was a resident DJ at Erik's North on Chicago's North Side.
Flyer from the 91.1 FM, Vocalo Radio! Tony was a featured guest DJ.
Flyer from back in the day! Tony was a participant at the great Battle Of The DJ's.
Picture of the Architects Of House displayed in downtown Chicago. Tony and his brother Frank were named as one of the 100+ influential DJ's whom helped shape the house scene.
Flyer from back in the day! Tony was a participant in the ALL STAR BAttle OF The DJ's held at the Rainbo!
- Flyer from back in the day! Tony was a participant at the Great Battle Of The DJ's.
- Picture of the Architects Of House displayed indowntown Chicago. Tony and his brother Frank were named as one of the 100+ influential DJ's whom helped shape the house scene.