An Assyrian singer, born in February 24, 1972 in Kirkuk, a city in Iraq. His father was a truck driver for an oil company, and his mother was a housewife who took care of raising Tony and his four sisters and three brothers. His brother James was his role model while he was growing up, he taught him everything about singing. He started his singing career back in 1988 in kirkuk, and in 1990 he started singing in Baghdad at Nineveh and Ashoor's banquet halls, the name of the band was called Ashur King's band. He sang there until 1997. He left iraq and has lived in several other countries times, in particular, in Holland and Jordan, until he settled in Hamilton in Canada. In 2000 he started his career as a singer with the keyboard player Wail Yako, where he has performed at zawa parties, assyrian societies, at picnics in Toronto, Windsor, London Ontario, mainly singing at weddings and engagement parties.
His recent album "Qala D'Qarna" is available in stores across Canada, he made three CDs in the last few years and his brother James Gabriel wrote most of his lyrics. His last album "Qala D'qarna" was dedicated to our reborn chaldoassyrian nation around the world.
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