Tony Remy is a guitarist of caribbean origin, born in the UK. His musical experience spans across many genres. Most noted for his ability to effortlessly glide from subtle acoustic tones to aggressive commanding rock.
Tony’s credits include writing the movie scores for the film Passion of Remembrance directed by Isaac Julian, the documentary “Looking for Langston”, the main theme for BBC series “Baby Father”, and the score for the film “Career Girls” directed by Mike Leigh.
He has worked and recorded with many diverse artists namely: Pee Wee Ellis, Fred Wesley, The Jazz Crusaders, Steps Ahead, Courtney Pine, Annie Lennox, Herbie Hancock, Craig David, Tom Jones, plus many more.
Tony is currently finishing his 7th solo album entitled “In the Middle of Before and After”.
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