Tony Fox Sales

Tony Fox Sales (born September 26, 1951) is an American rock musician and composer. Normally on bass guitar, Sales and his brother, Hunt Sales, have worked with Todd Rundgren, Iggy Pop, and in Tin Machine with David Bowie.

American musician (born 1951)
Tony Fox Sales

Tony Sales
Background information
Born (1951-09-26) September 26, 1951 (age 70)
Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
Origin Detroit, Michigan, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Musician
  • composer
Instruments
  • Bass guitar
  • vocals
Years active 1965–present
Labels
Associated acts
Musical artist

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Born in Cleveland, Ohio, a son of 1950s/’60s TV comedian Soupy Sales (January 8, 1926October 22, 2009) and Barbara Fox (born June 23, 1931 – May 28, 2017), Tony grew up in Detroit, Michigan, with his younger brother, Hunt Sales (born 1954).

His first musical group was with Hunt, a drummer, in Tony and The Tigers. The band also included Jon Pousette-Dart, son of artist Richard Pousette-Dart and later the leader of the Pousette-Dart Band. The band appeared on a TV show hosted by Steve Allen in 1965 and performed two songs, “I’ll Be On My Way” and “When The Party’s Over,” vintage clips of which are featured on YouTube.[1]

Tony and The Tigers released the song “Turn It on Girl,” which was a minor local hit in Detroit, and appeared twice on the show Hullabaloo: December 20, 1965, hosted by Jerry Lewis, and April 4, 1966, hosted by their father, Soupy Sales. The band also opened for The Animals at Steel Pier in Atlantic City in 1967.

Tony and Hunt went on to work with Chequered Past, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Todd Rundgren, Bob Welch, Andy Fraser of Free, Harry Dean Stanton and The Cheap Dates, The Hunt Sales Memorial, Tin Machine (with Bowie), and others from 1989 to 1994.

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