Anthony Gargiula is an 18-year old pop music recording artist from Albany, NY (USA). Singing ever since he was 5 years-old, Anthony was introduced to audiences across America when he appeared and performed live on The Ellen Degeneres Show for the first time at the very young age of 7. After appearing on Ellen's show again a few more times, Anthony performed live on both NBC's Today Show and the CBS Early Show. 

Throughout his younger years, Anthony opened for notable commercial music acts such as The Jonas Brothers, Lady Antebellum, Jordan Pruitt, The Outlaws, The Temptations, Four Tops, Kellie Pickler, and others. He has also performed the Star Spangled Banner at Madison Square Garden for the New York Knicks on 5 different occasions, as well as at games for other professional sports teams such as Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Minnesota Twins, LA Dodgers, and others. He has even sang the Star Spangled Banner at major sporting events such as the Belmont Stakes and twice at the prestigious Major League Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Cooperstown, NY.

Since then, Gargiula has done hundreds of shows and has released lots of original music. His song "Barricade" blew up on the internet with over 57,000 plays on Spotify and his single, "So I Don't Drown", peaked at #1 on the iTunes "New Release" Charts when it released in October. Anthony has done very well on social media also with over 57,000 Instagram followers, over 5,000,000 combined Youtube views on his channel, and he's an official verified account on Twitter.  Anthony recently joined an a cappella group called Flashback who's first cover of "Attention by Charlie Puth blew up on Youtube.