Anthony James Keith "Tony" Hymas is an English keyboard player, pianist, composer and is well known for being a founding member of PhD He is a very versatile musician and contributes in different styles of music.
He played with Jack Bruce in the Jack Bruce Band during 1976–78. He subsequently became one of Jeff Beck's musicians, first appearing on record with Beck on the 1980 album There & Back. Hymas would go on to work with Beck, on and off, for over twenty years writing many tunes, e.g. 'Angel Footsteps' (original title 'La Veronese') and 'Brush with the Blues' (original title 'Les evade de la nuit').
His latest works are CDs for Disques Nato: De l'origine du Monde (2010), Chroniques de resistance (2013), and, for Hope Street (Nato), an album with the band Ursus Minor I Will Not Take "But" for an Answer (2010).