Tony Mills (musician)

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Tony Mills
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Background information
Born (1962-07-07) 7 July 1962 (age 54)
Solihull, England
Genres Hard rock, heavy metal, progressive metal, pop rock, glam rock
Instruments Vocals, bass guitar
Years active 1983–present
Labels Z Records, Avalon, Bonnier Amigo
Associated acts Shy, Siam, Andy Scott's Sweet, TNT

Tony Mills (born 7 July 1962 in Solihull, England) is an English rock singer, best known for his work with Shy[1] and TNT.

Discography[edit]

Shy

  • Once Bitten...Twice... (1983)
  • Brave the Storm (1985)
  • Excess All Areas (1987)
  • Misspent Youth (1989)
  • Regeneration (1999)
  • Let the Hammer Fall (1999)
  • Live in Europe (1999)
  • Breakaway (EP) (2001)
  • Unfinished Business (2002)
  • Sunset and Vine (2005)
  • Reflections: The Anthology 1983-2005 (2006)

Siam

  • The Language Of Menace (1994)
  • Prayer (1995)

Solo

  • Cruiser (2002)
  • Freeway To The Afterlife (2005)
  • Nessun Dorma" (2006)
  • Vital Designs (2008)
  • Girls In Norway (2013)
  • Northern Star" (2014)
  • We Should Be On By Now' (2015)
  • Over My Dead Body (2015)
  • Streets of Chance (2017)


Lasse Dale

  • "Screaming For Silence" (2006/7)

The Andersson Mills Project

  • Crank It Up (2007)

TNT

Tony Mills / Siv Anita Strickhert

  • Keep The Dream Alive (2008)

China Blue

  • Twilight of Destiny (2008)

Serpentine

  • A Touch Of Heaven (2010)
  • Living and Dying in High Definition (2011)

State Of Rock

  • A Point Of Destiny (2010)

Babis Kaisas

  • "Unify" (2010)

Nergard

  • The Beginning (EP) (2011)
  • Memorial For A Wish (2013)

Trine Rein

  • 'The Earth Is Trembling' (2011 - Japanese Relief Aid Track)

Tommy Heart

  • 'Help' 2011 - Japanese Relief Aid Track

The Docker's Guild

  • The Mystic Technocracy - Season 1: The Age of Ignorance (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bell, Tony (2007). Life in the Bus Lane. Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie. p. 102. ISBN 9781843862666. Retrieved 24 December 2015. 

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