Most people who know Tony Lucca either know him from being on Disney’s The Mickey Mouse Club with Britney, Christina and Justin or for taking third place on Season 2 of The Voice U.S on Team Adam. Then there’s the few who know him from both, like myself.
I have to admit after The Voice, I really wanted to see this guy sing live. He had a lot of personality on the show and he sang some pretty good covers. Still, I needed to experience it firsthand before I could decide if I was a full-on fan or not. Fellow The Voice contestant, Justin Hopkins opened for him along with London Shover and Jenni Alpert. I barely caught the end of Justin’s set and soon Tony was onstage. Continue Reading
The Voice coach Adam Levine of Maroon 5 announced that The Voice finalist and “Team Adam” member Tony Lucca has signed to 222 Records, Levine’s record label. Tony is set to release his album next year, joining label mates Matthew Morrison, Diego Boneta and Rozzi Crane who also have upcoming projects on 222’s record release schedule.
His cover of Jay-Z’s “99 Problems” (watch it above) on The Voice US got him the #3 spot on iTunes Overall Singles sales chart and #1 on iTunes Rock Singles chart. Additionally, Lucca’s duet of “Yesterday” by The Beatles with Levine landed Top 5 on iTunes Overall and Pop Singles sales charts. His songs have been featured on TV’s Friday Night Lights,Brothers & Sisters,Shark, and Felicity and in Kevin Costner’s feature Open Range. Over the course of his career, Lucca has shared stages with *NSYNC, Marc Anthony, Macy Gray, Johnny Lang, the late Chris Whitley, Sara Bareilles, and Tyrone Wells.