In the last year, apart from being a regular band at Johnny Ringo’s, the boys closed out the Warwick Rodeo to a packed house and joined names such as Kip Moore, Jessica Mauboy, Lee Brice, James Blundell, John Williamson and The Black Sorrows at Winton’s ‘Way Out West Festival’.
Since 2016, the band have made a massive impact on the South East Queensland country music scene and have developed a very strong following nationwide. Their debut album, "Road to Nowhere", peaked behind Keith Urban’s “Ripcord” on the iTunes Country album charts at number 2. The title track also placed 4th in the ASA awards in 2017 in the country category and they were most recently grand finalists at The Gympie Muster talent search.
Each member of the band have at least 15 years experience behind them; performing on stages from The Gympie Music Muster and all the way to the sands of Afghanistan.
The Tony Q Band have been quoted as one of the tightest country rock bands in Australia and that they don't just perform, they put on an energetic show that will have you dancing, singing and partying until the sun comes up.