Music fans from two different countries were treated to an amazing two days of music as Tony Orlando played the Avalon Ballroom at the Fallsview Casino.

Orlando is no stranger to the Fallsview Casino as he has been performing there for over two decades. His latest two-day stop took place earlier this August.

Our good friend David "Gus" Griesinger from BackstageAxxess was at the show with the camera in hand. (CHECK OUT PHOTOS AND FULL REVIEW)

Tony Orlando has been making music since he was 15 years old and was a member of The Five Gents, which was a  doo-wop group that formed in 1959.

Since then Orlando has played around the world and even opened up his own theatre in Branson, Missouri. The  Tony Orlando Yellow Ribbon Music Theatre shut down in 2013 but Orlando carried on with show in Las Vegas and on the road around the world.

He has had several hits including "Tie A Yellow Ribbon Round The Ole Oak Tree" which hit #1 on the Billboard charts in 1973.

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During his show at the Avalon Ballroom, Orlando played a mix of his original songs along with several well-known cover songs. From Prince's "Purple Rain" to The Beatles' "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" and "Hey Jude" the crowd soaked up every second of the show.

Orlando has two more shows left on his current tour before taking a break and then heading back out to entertain thousands of fans.

Check out some photos from Tony Orlando's show at the Avalon Theater.

Tony Orlando Takes Stage And Wows Audience [PHOTOS]

Music fans from two different countries were treated to an amazing two days of music as Tony Orlando played the Avalon Ballroom at the Fallsview Casino. 

Gallery Credit: Dave Fields

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