Anthony Renzulli is an American singer-songwriter and musician from Atco, New Jersey. He is best known for being the lead vocalist, songwriter and guitarist for the Anthony Renzulli Band. Anthony has showcased his talents for some of the most elite artists of the music industry such as Jon Bon Jovi, Grammy Award winning producer, Obie O'Brien (Bon Jovi Camp) and E Street Band guitarist, Stevie Van Zandt.

Anthony's first instrument of choice was the guitar but it was the sound of the drum that grabbed his attention a little stronger. After teaching himself the basics of playing the drums, he began playing along to his father’s old record collection. Anthony adds, "I didn't have a band or a teacher when I was a kid so I taught myself by playing along with Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Cream, and Buddy Rich albums that belonged to my father." In 1998 and still in high school, Anthony took first place on Drums in the all South Jersey Jazz Competition and became one of the youngest in IAJE Region III history to achieve at that level. Anthony continued to mold his craft by joining and participating in every band his school had to offer. By his junior year in High School you could find him drumming in Concert, Jazz, Fusion and Marching Band. Anthony's High School music teacher comments, "Anthony always surrounded himself with experienced players and teachers. Most of the year he would skip lunch just to play the drums for a half hour. Not many teens do that...especially today. I would always question why he would spend a lot of time in the guitar room also. Little did I know he was working on his second and possibly his most important craft...the guitar."  

From the very start, Anthony was performing solo in numerous clubs and venues all over NYC, Philadelphia, Trenton and Delaware. When he was not performing, he practically lived in any recording studio he can get his hands on. Anthony produces all of his songs and is the drummer on most of his music. 

In 2012, Anthony was asked to tryout as Rhythm guitarist for the band Soraia and stayed with the band until early 2014. In that time he began working with Grammy Award winning producer Obie O'Brien. The band was showcasing heavy in front of the likes of Jon Bon Jovi (who co-wrote songs with Soraia), Warner Brothers, Atlantic Records, Columbia Records and more. The band attracted the likes of another legendary superstar, Little Steven Van Zandt of the E Street band and he started putting them in full rotation on his radio station "The Underground Garage". Little Steven and wife Maureen Van Zandt showed up for front row seats to see Soraia at The Bitter End in NYC and led to the band working with Little Steven personally on upcoming material. 




Anthony's manager comments, "Anthony just loves to play. No matter how busy he is, or what project he is involved in. He always finds time to record and grow as an artist. He is a class act and a rare breed. Just ask anyone that knows him and they will say the same thing."