Tony Oso – ‘Not Open Late’ and ‘Going Down’
For years, Tony Oso played guitar and bass as a solo act and in various bands opening for acts such as the Goo Goo Dolls and being invited to a primary audition to America’s Got Talent. Throughout this time, Tony never took the next step to concentrate his energy on original music.
When Tony recently suffered a sudden onset of shoulder, neck and back injuries, inspiration shined down on him, becoming the needed push for Tony to focus his efforts on sharing his original music.
With his new motivation, Tony set himself to learn drums, build a studio, record and produce his own music. Having met these goals, he forged his own sound from his many influences, from the legends of classic rock to modern rock, pop and alternative. Tony writes about his experiences and emotions, hoping to inspire his listeners with the lessons he has learned.
Tony continues to release singles every month. In less than six months, Tony has been streamed 100,000+ times in over 65 countries around the world! Keep tuned for more great music to come!
Tony Oso is on radio rotation with the tracks – ‘Not Open Late’ and ‘Going Down’.
“Not Open Late” is a song about an experience of mine with a girl that I was really into, but she would not give me the time of day unless she was drunk, or it was late at night and she was looking for an easy hook up. This song is my reaction to her behavior. I want this song to be a lesson to everyone since it is not fair to treat someone they way I was treated. You just can’t hold someone’s feelings in limbo. People aren’t puppets, so we shouldn’t be treated that way!
“Going Down” is about the many people I have witnessed getting heavily into drugs (pre-addiction stage) where their lives were heading down a dark path. This is my message to all of them to look in the mirror and turn themselves around before it is too late. Nothing good comes from them and they just aren’t worth it in the first place!