International touring and recording artist, Tony Glaser, is a singing electric and upright bass playing, high-energy frontman with an impressive knack for getting the audience to dance, sing, rock out, and share a unique experience together. It is hard to stand still at his shows, since they are funky dance parties that totally rock, and rest assured he'll find a way to engage each and every person in the crowd.
His full length album, Play My Game, released right before the Pandemic... so it didn't do much, but it is really good and has two very cool music video singles.
While creating the album, he amassed tens of thousands followers who came daily to watch his #morningbassline series on Instagram.
Based out of San Francisco and now living in Los Angeles, he has played all over the world. He's backed up G-Love on upright, performed for the troops in Iraq, rocked the Super Bowl and U.S. Capitol, and opened up for the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Cheap Trick.
You'll often find him headlining the infamous Boom Boom Room in San Francisco, where he and The Party will play all night long.
The Tony Glaser Band treated us to the kind of performance which reminds you that music is one of the most therapeutic forces on the planet. In addition to being a devastating bassist, one of a kind singer and captivating showman, Tony is a brilliant songwriter. His compositions are richly layered, fluid and lyrically poignant. You wouldn't call this a jamband but they definitely are not afraid to dive into the great unknown. They will leave you wanting more just as last night's show did on the whole.
-Tyler Blue, Crazy Horse Saloon, Nevada City CA
I got to tell you, you sounded great, really great. Different you know, but appealing to I think masses. You don't see guys like you guys around, you know? You got good songs, good melodies, and that's cool.
Robin Zander - Lead Singer of Cheap Trick, 2016 Rock And Roll Hall of Fame Inductee
Amy Bee - Sacramento's News & Entertainment Weekly
"Tony Glaser's bass is like a portable dance party, whether in a living room or on a stage, he starts to play, you want to dance." - BrokeAssStuart.com