In 2000 an Australian friend asked Tony to join him on a trip back home. In Byron Bay Tony first encountered the didgeridoo in it’s native setting. During the trip elders asked Tony to help people understand the Aborigines’ role in protecting the Eco system of the planet and encourage them to develop a deeper connection to Mother Earth through his didge playing.
Since then Tony has taken his collection of didgeridoos to four continents, frequently playing for indigenous communities. Tony plays with various indigenous groups including London’s Aboriginal Arts Club, the European Network for Australian Indigenous Rights and recently at the AUS&NZ Festival.