093: Tony Harnell #2

Tony Harnell from TNT

June 09, 2020

Sound Matters episode 093 features Tom’s 2nd conversation with vocalist and songwriter Tony Harnell best known for his work with Norway’s TNT, and also with various other terrific projects including Starbreaker, Lovekillers, and Tony Harnell solo as well. This episode was one of the first Sound Matters Show livestreams broadcast with audio and video out onto our various social media platforms including our Facebook Group >> www.soundmatters.live and our YouTube channel >> www.tomleu.tv during the Corona Virus pandemic. Tony talked about how his current tours have been affected, performing livestreams in house for fans, the Stryper/TNT tour back in the day, the challenges of performing live (especially as a singer) in the era of instant social media, Tony’s blog and his thoughts on 80’s rock today, sobriety in isolation, and Tony’s reflections of the passing of well known musicians and celebrities. As always with Tony, it’s an in-depth conversation that covers a lot of ground. Don’t miss it.

Episode #093 – The Podcast: (also on SpotifyApple Podcasts, GoogleiHeartRadio, Stitcher, & Spreaker)

 

Livestream VIDEO of this conversation here and on my YouTube channel (www.tomleu.tv):

 

Connect with Tony Harnell:
Website: www.tonyharnell.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/tonyharnellofficial
Twitter: www.twitter.com/tonyharnell (@tonyharnell)
Instagram: www.instagram.com/tonyharnell (@tonyharnell)

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Until we meet again… Stay tuned-in…

 

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About the Author
Tom Leu, MS/CPC is a Professional Speaker, Writer, Radio Host, & Photographer. A member of the National Speakers Association, Tom talks shiFt™ about Communications, Psychology, Recovery, & Rock 'n Roll. His writings, presentations, images, & interviews uncover layers within music, culture, & communications.

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