2020 Tour Dates

Anthony’s 2020 Tour Dates are now available on the “Tour Calendar” page.  Anthony & The Fellers kick of 2020 in Chicago and with a return to Ontario, Canada for the first time in 2 years!  Please check back often, as Anthony will continue to add dates throughout the year.


New Single Available

Anthony’s new single, “Anywhere You Go,” is now available at all online music stores and streaming services.  Check it out!


2019 Tour Dates

Tour Dates for Orio and The Goodfellers can be found on the “Tour Calendar” link.  Please note that venue details for the Nashville dates will be posted weekly via Anthony’s social media accounts (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook).  Also, the boys are adding dates every week so be sure to check back!     For booking information please contact Brett Cohen at brettcohenmrm@gmail.com or (704) 904-4195


Toast Of Music City Awards

The Tennessean’s “Toast Of Music City” Awards recognizes the best of the best in Nashville.  Anthony Orio & The Goodfellers have won the prestigious “Best Band In Nashville” Award in 4 consecutive years (2012-2015).  Orio and his band finished in the top 3 both in 2016 and 2017, behind only Kings Of Leon and Lady Antebellum.    


New Single “Heaven For Hellions” Now Available

Anthony’s latest single is now available everywhere!  Visit any music provider to download/stream.   The story behind Orio’s latest release: “I have had the same group of friends since I was five years old.  We all grew up in the same neighborhood, just blocks from each other.  Each guy brings his own unique personality to the group, but in the end, we’re like more like blood, like brothers, than we are like friends.  A few years back, I flew up to Philly for one of the guy’s 30th birthday.  We were out at a bar celebrating, drinking.  I was doing shots of Jack and also sipping on a Jack on the rocks.  My one buddy Matty looked at me and said, “Dude, are you chasing your whiskey with whiskey?”  I told that story to my two co-writers on the song, Matt Cline and Brent Baxter, a few months later in a writing session and we all agreed it sounded like a song.  Hoping that someday, somewhere there is a heaven for my group of hellions.” ORIO