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Tony Lucca

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Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and actor Tony Lucca is a soulful, acoustic pop vocalist who finished in third place on the 2012 season of NBC's The Voice. Born in Pontiac, Michigan, in 1976, Lucca grew up in nearby Waterford where he developed an interest in music at a young age. The grandson of Detroit jazz pianist James "Jimmy" Stevenson, Lucca was playing guitar by age three and by the time he was 12 years old, he was performing locally with his cousin, guitarist/vocalist Cole Garlak. Lucca's interest in performing did not stop with music, and by age 14 he had relocated to Florida with his mom after winning an audition to join the cast of Disney's Mickey Mouse Club television program. In 1995, after four years on the show, Lucca moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. During this time, he found work appearing in commercials and even starred alongside his then-girlfriend Keri Russell on the short-lived Aaron Spelling-produced drama Malibu Shores. Choosing to refocus his energies on music, Lucca released his debut album, So Satisfied, in 1997. That same year, he launched his website, and released his sophomore album, Strong Words Softly Spoken. Several EPs followed and in 2001, Lucca joined fellow Mickey Mouse Club alums JC Chasez and Justin Timberlake as the opening act for NSYNC's world tour. In 2004, Lucca delivered his third full-length album, Shotgun, which featured executive production from Chasez. Two years later, he returned with the earthy Canyon Songs, followed in 2008 by the more electric-inclined Come Around Again. In 2010, Lucca began acting once again, appearing in a Timberlake-directed commercial for 901 Silver Tequila and playing himself on an episode of the NBC drama Parenthood. He also released his sixth studio effort, Rendezvous with Angels. In 2012, Lucca auditioned for and was accepted by the second season of NBC's The Voice. Joining judge Adam Levine's team (and not fellow former Mickey Mouse Club member Christina Aguilera's), Lucca performed well on the show, ultimately finishing as the second runner-up. After his time on The Voice, Lucca signed a recording contract with Levine's 222 Records and released the EP With the Whole World Watching. In 2015, after parting ways with 222 Records, Lucca delivered his eighth full-length album, the Kickstarter-funded Tony Lucca. ~ Matt Collar
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  2.   Never Gonna Let You Go
  3.   Drawing Board
  4.   Sweat It Out
  5.   …Baby One More Time
  6.   Home For the Holidays
  7.   Anchored
  8.   Old Girl
  9.   Welcome to the Bay
  10.   Made To Shine
  11.   Waiting On a Friend
  12.   All My Friends
  13.   Trouble
  14.   That's the Way
  15.   Someone to Love You
  16.   State Trooper
  17.   Crown Love King
  18.   Around the Bend
  19.   99 Problems
  20.   How You Like Me Now
  21.   Pretty Things
  22.   Two Trains
  23.   Stay with Me Tonight
  24.   Songbird
  25.   Nobody But You
  26.   Angel Of Mercy
  27.   Darlin' I
  28.   Imagination
  29.   Nashville
  30.   Shotgun (Can't You See)
  31.   Still Crazy After All These Years
  32.   Sparrow
  33.   Smoke 'Em
  34.   You Got Lucky
  35.   Dirt Floor
  36.   Baby Driver
  37.   Vienna
  38.   Make You Mine
  39.   Love Light
  40.   Melancholy Collar
  41.   All Up in Your Place (Aka the Stalker Song)
  42.   Feels Like Love
  43.   Julia
  44.   The Hustler, The Widow, And the Boy from Detroit
  45.   Longing
  46.   Death of Me
  47.   Roller Coaster
  48.   Bad Guy
  49.   By a Thread
  50.   New York City
  51.   Delilah
  52.   Sarah Jane
  53.   Hear Ya Say
  54.   She's True
  55.   Wasted
  56.   Happily Ever After
  57.   Long Love Letter
  58.   Find the Cost of Freedom
  59.   Always
  60.   Mother's Loving Heart
  61.   Paint A Picture
  62.   Attach the Hitch
  63.   Wild Country
  64.   Like Love
  65.   Undertow
  66.   Love You A Ton
  67.   Never Make It Out Alive
  68.   My Confession
  69.   Brighter Day