Tony Lucca Signs With Adam Levine’s 222 Records

As first let slip by Adam Levine himself on The Voice earlier this season, his Season 2 finalist Tony Lucca has been signed to Adam’s own 222 Records label – made official by press release today.

Here’s the quote from Tony about this new development:

“It’s cool to see how a gut instinct can manifest itself in such unimaginable ways. Working with Adam on The Voice truly was an opportunity of a lifetime. Now we’ll get a chance to take that opportunity to the next level. Thinking back to the blind auditions, Adam said he thought I was going to have an amazing career and that he wanted to be a part of it. It’s so cool to see him stay true to his word in such a meaningful way.”

The release also states that Tony is set to put out his first album on the label next year. He’s currently in the middle of his Chapter Two tour, with some help from several Voice alums including Justin Hopkins, Chris Cauley and Jordis Unga – be sure to visit the Concert Calendar to find out when Tony will be performing near you! You can also read my recent interview with him where he talks about working with Adam and what direction he’d like to take on that next album.

222 Records is also home to Glee star Matthew Morrison, Rozzi Crane (who appeared on Maroon 5‘s cut on the recent soundtrack to The Hunger Games), and Diego Boneta. Congratulations, Tony – I couldn’t think of a better place for you to land!

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