In the world of reggae music, Tony Anthony stands out as a seasoned crooner renowned for his soulful lover’s rock and roots reggae tunes. However, since 2021, this Canadian veteran has embarked on a new journey, venturing into the realm of radio broadcasting in South Florida on WJUP 109.5 Blaze FM.
Come Saturday, January 27th, Tony Anthony will broaden his horizons as he takes on a prominent role on Reggaenorthradio.com, hosting “Saturday Live” from 1 PM to 4 PM. This marks the beginning of his four-times-weekly appearances, including Mondays with ‘Solutions’ from 6 PM to 8 PM, Wednesdays on ‘Mid-Week Madness,’ and Sundays on ‘The Reggae North Jam Oldies Edition’ from 2 PM to 5 PM.
Tony Anthony’s foray into radio is not a leap into the unknown; his extensive background includes over 15 years at OMNI Television, where he served as a videographer, news writer, and producer. The transition to Reggae North Radio represents a deliberate move to contribute to a dedicated platform for reggae and dancehall artists, producers, and labels based in Canada.
While Tony Anthony’s focus remains on promoting Canadian talent, he embraces a global perspective, vowing to feature music not only from Jamaica but from artists around the world. His optimism about the venture stems from his three-year experience at Blaze FM, where he cultivated a devoted following. Tony Anthony expresses excitement about ‘Solutions,’ a program designed to spark discussions on the current state of reggae and dancehall music in Canada, aiming to propel it to worldwide recognition.
As part of his commitment to supporting local artists, Tony Anthony invites Canada-based reggae, dancehall, and soca musicians to submit their music to email@example.com. With a penchant for clean lyrical content aligning with the station’s format, he provides emerging and established artists a valuable opportunity to showcase their work on a platform that is set to resonate across borders.