Tono Rosario is a singer-songwriter, arranger and producer. He is best known for his Latin merengue numbers. Rosario was the first solo merengue act to ever sell out Madison Square Garden.
Since Rosario's childhood, he and his brothers showed a great interest in music. They would play self-made instruments made out of bottle caps, plastic containers, and other items. Soon, they started singing and playing in the neighborhood and started what would become Los Hermanos Rosario, a music band with whom Rosario enjoyed great success.
In the late 1980s, after 12 years of being with his brothers, Toņo decided to leave the group and began his own solo career. He debuted on April 14, 1990, in the Roberto Clemente Coliseum of Puerto Rico. Toņo's song Alegria was played at Comerica Park in Detroit, Michigan whenever former Detroit Tigers utility infielder Omar Infante came to bat.
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