Tangerine is a national touring independent 5 piece alternative rock band based out of Pittsburgh, PA. Tangerine was established in 2000 by singer/songwriter Tony Matz however did not begin to perform live until after releasing their debut EP in June of 2002.
With singer Tony Matz's unique baritone-bass vocal approach, the debut EP received wide acclaim in such publications as Music Connection Magazine whom included the EP as "One of the top 25 U.S. Demo releases of 2002" in their Year In Review issue.
After numorous tours through out North America, Tangerine released their first full length album entitled "Songs For The Now And Others Forever" in September of 2004. This self produced album was mastered by the legendary mastering engineer Bob Ludwig and featured nine original songs as well as a cover version of The Stone Roses song "I Wanna Be Adored."
"Songs For The Now And Others Forever" was released on the independent record label Vochella Records and has received rave reviews in such printed publications as the Sentimentalist Magazine as well a variety of news papers across the US.
In 2008, Tangerine released a single of The Sisters Of Mercy classic "Lucretia My Reflection" and made it available for Digital Download only. This single also features Peter Guellard (one time member of Electric Hellfire Club) on guitar as well as co-producer.
Tangerine is currently in the studio recording a new album and continues to tour periodically through out the year.