The Belgian-born Tony Sandler has enjoyed a 50-year career with performances on four continents, before millions of fans, and has appeared on hundreds of TV variety shows alongside Ed Sullivan, Merv Griffin, Milton Berle, Dean Martin, Andy Williams, Johnny Carson and Mike Douglas. He was half of the long-running singing duo Sandler & Young, and more recently appeared in a musical tribute to Maurice Chevalier. Following his appearance at Feinstein's at the Regency Hotel in NYC in March 2006, one reviewer gushed, "Tony Sandler displayed once again his undeniable talent and ability to bring an audience enthusiastically to its feet. He's one of a kind, the only man alive today who can sing so convincingly of l'amour." And after seeing Tony Sandler's show at Feinsteins, cabaret-savvy Danielle Everingham, who is in her 20s, described the singer as "wonderful, fantastic and so sophisticated, and his unique reed man was truly versatile."