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Emerging from the Bermuda Triangle of John Mayer Rock, Timberlake Pop, and Kanye West Hip-Hop is Tonye Christopher. With his soaring guitar licks, infectious melodies, and heart thumping rhythms he is sure to keep you coming back for more. With his latest release ‘I Dreamt I Was A Rockstar’ hitting web stores April 2009, Tonye proves to be an ever evolving artist. However to truly see just how intriguing of an artist Tonye Christopher has become you must first hear the tale of who he once was.

Imagine … a thirteen year old boy is sitting in a church pew. The church pastor calls the young man to the front of the altar, looks him square in the eye, and declares in front of the entire congregation, “God has given YOU the gift of music!” This young man was not in the choir. He did not play an instrument. In fact the only musical talent that he was aware of was his uncanny ability to hide his Walkman beneath his clothing every church service. So you can imagine the skepticism that he himself was feeling. That thirteen year old boy was Tonye Christopher. Whether you believe his musical prowess is a gift from God or just an overdeveloped musical ear from too many years of blasting that Walkman in his ears, there is absolutely no denying the talents of this young artist.

After five years of touring the Midwest and receiving praises from critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Josh Kelley in 2007, Tonye’s sophomore album is finally ready to debut. ‘I Dreamt I Was A Rockstar’, set to be released in early April 2009, mixes a futuristic R&B sound with elements of pop, rock, and folk.

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