Tony Sandler's celebrated career spans fifty years. He has performed on four continents before millions of fans, recorded dozens of million-selling singles and albums, appeared in four European films and hundreds of television shows in the United States and abroad. Tony has captivated audiences worldwide with his club, cabaret, and big-band and symphony orchestra performances.
Belgian-born Tony rose to fame as a popular singing star in Western Europe. In 1963, Tony made his United States debut with the hit revue "Casino de Paris" at the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas. It was there that he teamed up with Ralph Young to form the sensational singing duo, Sandler & Young, famous the world over for their platinum hit "Dominique." Tony Sandler and Ralph Young played the top entertainment stages throughout the United States and Canada, were recording stars with Capitol Records, and were frequent guest stars on television's top variety shows. When Ralph Young retired in 1983, Tony resumed his solo career.
Tony Sandler made his debut at The McCallum Theatre in 2001 with his extravagant French revue, "Lido La Tournee Champs Elysees." It was in this revue that he introduced his elegant portrayal of the Maurice Chevalier persona. Tony returned to the McCallum to perform in the 9/11 benefit concert.
Tony Sandler will appear at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, California, on Thursday, February 14, 2008, at 8:00pm. Tickets are priced at $65, $45, $35, and $25. -- www.mccallumtheatre.com