Tony O'MALLEY is a very convincing protagonist of rhythm and blues, with accents of jazz and soul music.
He played as an opening act for the Rolling STONES, Bob DYLAN and Joe COCKER.
In '93, on the occasion of the birthday celebration of Ron WOOD, had the opportunity to sing "Tears in Heaven' with Eric CLAPTON.
Respected by his peers and by the public, this Irish musician recently moved to Belgium.
He played for a long period of time with the legendary band KOKOMO, in the UK and the US.
Tony O'MALLEY recently formed a band in which he sings and plays Hammond organ with Belgian musicians : Frank DE RUYTER (tenor sax), Patrick DELTENRE (guitar), Frédéric JACQUELMIN (drs) and the French bassist Thierry FANFANT.