Tony Willé biography
Tony has worked as a community musician for over 25 years with individuals and group of adults and children of varying abilities. Tony believes that everyone has the right to make music regardless of their background, ability, age, ethnicity or sexual orientation and his aim is to bring out everyone’s full potential.
Some of the organisations Tony has worked with include Mac Makes Music, Music in Hospitals and Care, Mind, Sandwell Third Age Arts, Playtrain, The Rathbone Society and Worcestershire County Council.
Tony also teaches guitar, ukulele and songwriting privately. Over the last three years he has occasionally covered for Dan Whitehouse’s Songwriting Circle at the MAC.
As a performer, Tony has played in several bands, most notably, the indie band FELT in the eighties. In October 2019 Tony released his first solo album ‘October Man’ and played a sell-out launch event at the Kitchen Garden Café in Birmingham. Tony’s passion for songwriting is clearly demonstrated on his new album which can be found here: tonywillé.hearnow.com