Alabama Native singer songsmith Tony Brook has been a staple of the Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival for the last decade. Whether solo or with his band, TB has played festivals throughout the southeast including City Stages, Jubilee City Fest, Flat Rock Music Fest and many others. A critically acclaimed songwriter he has played Venues across the U.S. and Europe from the Blue Bird Café in Nashville, Tennessee to the Palomino Club in Los Angeles, California. TB has shared the stage with the likes of Jamie Johnson, Lucinda Williams, Mark Coley, Doug Stone, Steve Young, Johnny Neal, Buddy Miller, Taylor Hicks, Waylon Jennings’ Band, Tanya Tucker, Justin Townes Earl and has opened up for such acts as Hank Cochran, Willie Nelson, Robert Earl Keen, The Skeeters, Government Mule, Jack Ingram, Pat Green, Rhonda Vincent, Tensely Elis, Sam Bush, String Cheese Incident, Moe, Ray Charles, Todd Snider, Whiskey Falls, and many others. Tony has released four CD’s on indie label, Racketown Music: "Live at the Supper Club" "Cross and Chain" "Cardinal Sin" and "Alabama Panorama". All CD’s are available on ITunes as well as CD Baby and many others for Digital Download. Tony is also working on a new album to be released in 2010.