Tony Christie at Festivals
Tony Christie (AKA Anthony Fitzgerald), has had an illustrious career spanning over 40 years. Born 1943, Yorkshire, UK, Christie started his musical life in 1960 in a duo called the Grant Brothers, and until 1969 he simply fronted bands. In 1969 he signed up with MCA Records. Hits such as Amarillo and I Did What I Did For Maria followed. Christie sold over 10 million records in the 70s. The 80s saw a slowdown due to changing musical taste, however he was awarded Die Golden Europa by German radio for superb showmanship. Read more about Tony Christie on Last.fm.
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- Vintage At Goodwood 2010 - (Inspired By)
- The Wickerman Festival 2010 - (Main Stage)
- Standon Calling 2009 - (Unspecified)
- Glastonbury Festival 2009 - 28 Jun 2009 (Pyramid Stage)
- BBC Electric Proms 2008 - 22 Oct 2008 (Royal Daffodil Ferry, Liverpool)
- V Festival - Staffs 2005 - 20 Aug 2005 (V Stage)
- V Festival - Chelmsford 2005 - 21 Aug 2005 (V Stage)
- Big Gay Out 2005 - 23 Jul 2005 (Big Mutha Main Stage)
- Middlesbrough Music Live 2007 - (96.6TFM Main Stage) Less...