Tony Campbell is the youngest saxophone player inducted to the Pittsburgh Jazz Society's Hall of Fame in 2010. His musical journey began in the hill district in 1973. At the age of 13 Tony joined a band called The Deltones. 1979 Tony attended Berklee College of Music, came back to Pittsburgh in 1982 and enrolled in The University of Pittsburgh under Dr. Nathan Davis. At the age of 22 he recorded and toured with Roy Ayers. Later that year he joined Roger Humphries and RH Factor. Tony moved to New York City in 1990 and landed a 16 week U.S. tour with Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies as lead alto player in a 10-piece orchestra.
Currently, Tony is performing, recording, producing, teaching and holding Jazz Jam sessions that feature some the best young up and coming talent in the Pittsburgh region. His mission is to keep the great American music of jazz going on forever for all to enjoy and experience as he does.