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Tony Orlando’s Last Show: A Fond Farewell to Six Decades of Entertainment


Music industry icon Tony Orlando will to take his final bow in a what is set to be a legendary farewell performance.

Orlando has already made his rounds for his final tour, visiting Las Vegas, (where he has had a residency for decades) for a sold out final two shows, Niagara Falls, Des Plaines St. Charles, Illinois, and Atlantic City, New Jersey and will finish out his career tonight in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Arena.

With a career spanning 60+ years that has touched the hearts of millions and left a massive impression on the world of entertainment, Orlando’s last show promises to be a bittersweet celebration of a lifetime dedicated to music and performance.

Throughout his incredible career, Orlando has achieved countless milestones; from performing alongside Telma Hopkins and Joyce Vincent Wilson in ‘Tony Orlando & Dawn’, topping the charts with classics like “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree”, “Candida” and “Knock Three Times”, being a Grammy-Nominated Artist, hosting variety shows, to his ability to connect with fans on a personal level has made him a beloved figure in the world of entertainment.

The final show will be a testament to Orlando’s legacy, featuring a lineup of his greatest hits spanning six decades of music and nostalgia alike along with a star-studded lineup of special guests & talented artists joining and celebrating Orlando’s legendary career.

But while Tony Orlando may be stepping out of the spotlight, it doesn’t mean that he will disappear from it completely. Tony intends to continue his radio show with Music Radio WABC and do work in production! As the 79-Year-Old soon to be retiree says:

“I can still hit the ball… I just can’t run the bases!”.

We wish nothing but the best for you, Tony. Thank you for years of beautiful memories that have been carried from generation to generation and will continue to do just that. We can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeve next, and we know you will always continue to knock it out of the park.

Congratulations, Tony Orlando. Here is to you.

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