Introducing Tony Scarth, tribute singer best known for his appearance on popular TV series ‘Stars In Their Eyes’. He appeared as a Tom Jones tribute singer and is also a songwriter.
Since then he has covered many cruise contracts and travelled to events and festivals throughout the UK.
He has also appeared at many festivals and private parties. Are you looking for a cabaret singer, a singer songwriter or a Tom Jones tribute singer? If your venue can take advantage of a top class tribute act – as seen on TV just let us know and we’ll sort out a great deal for you. Tom Jones tribute Tony Scarth sings ‘Kiss’ ‘live’ on stage.
Tom Jones Tribute – Tony Scarth
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Stars in Their Eyes is a British television talent show, based on Joop van den Ende’s Dutch format Soundmixshow. It featured a singing contest in which members of the public impersonate showbiz stars. Each contestant would walk through ‘smoky’ doors before instantly reappearing dressed up as their chosen star. A number of celebrity specials and a childrens’ spin-off series have also aired during the original run.
The show premiered on 21 July 1990 and ran until 23 December 2006. It was produced by Granada for ITV and originally presented by Leslie Crowther. Matthew Kelly took over in May 1993, before he was replaced by Cat Deeley in 2004. An Elvis Presley special hosted by Russ Abbot aired in January 1993, as well as 2003 specials hosted by Davina McCall. A six-part revival hosted by Harry Hill ran from 10 January 2015 to 14 February 2015, before it was reported on 17 April that it had been axed by ITV due to low ratings. (Wikipedia).
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