A long time getting here
Tony Rundle started playing music in South London, then spent many years on the folk circuit, and as a resident at St. Albans Folk Music Club, singing in clubs, festivals in the UK and abroad. He's been on National radio and performed at various city halls in the UK. He's also played in ceilidh bands, had his own Blues Band, sung jazz, principal roles with local Gilbert & Sullivan societies, and played bass with the Yellow Dog Rhythm and Blues Band. He's been lucky enough to share the stage with Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seager, Bert Lloyd, Steeleye Span, Boys of the Lough, the Blockheads, and many others.
Now he's finally released an album of his own material, combining all the different influences of his long and varied career.
Currently living in Burton-on-Trent, much of the material was influenced by his time living in the North East. He recorded the album in his own studio, with final mixing and mastering by Blue Leaf Studios, in Callerton, Newcastle.