Tony Martin - who has gained worldwide popularity and recognition as a multi-talented, multi-faceted singer, actor, entertainer and recording artist - is one of the only entertainers to have four "stars" on Hollywood's legendary "Walk of Fame" for his heralded work in motion pictures, television, radio and recordings. As an actor, Martin also appeared in more than 20 classic Hollywood films, including Show Boat, Til the Clouds Roll By, Here Come the Girls, Easy to Love, and Hit the Deck. He is respected as a singer and recording artist. Some of Martin's top sellers include such hits as "Begin the Beguine," "To Each His Own," "I Get Ideas" and "There's No Tomorrow." He became a household television name to millions of viewers as the star of his own hit variety series, The Tony Martin Show, in the 1950s. He also led his own radio orchestra on a two-and-a-half hour popular radio show every Saturday night. He diversified his radio popularity by playing Grace Allen's boyfriend on The Burns and Allen Show.
Martin, now 95 years old, tells stories of his days in Hollywood performing alongside such iconic names such as Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Rita Hayworth, Judy Garland, Lana Turner, and his wife Cyd Charisse. He performs songs from his career like "Begin the Beguine," "Let's Face the Music and Dance," "You Stepped Out of A Dream" and "A Foggy Day."