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Photograph depicting Roger “Mr. Tony Mart” Evoy and unidentified but voluptuous brunette going under the limbo pole at the weekly Thursday night “Limbo Contest” emceed by none other than Cy White.  This picture is taken on the dance floor of Tony Mart’s with a view of the back bar where most of the draft beer was sold.  This picture is probably  from circa 1963.
Tony Mart's Duane Eddy The Fall Guys The Sensational Curios
A display ad, with the date, “July 21” actually written by Tony Mart in the left hand margin.  This ad celebrates the fact that The Fall Guys were performing the classic early rock tunes “Tossin’ and Turnin’” and “Quarter to Three” to great excitement and acclaim on a nightly basis at Tony Mart’s which then had a “1000 person capacity-parking 1000 cars-six bars.”
 
 
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Bill Haley and his Comets Tony Mart's 1961
A glossy publicity photograph of Bill Haley and his Comets as they appeared in July of 1961 at Tony Mart’s. 

Famous postcard showing the interior of Tony Mart’s in 1959.  Len Carrie and the Crackerjacks played their last season at Tony Mart’s in 1959.  This was a Tony Mart’s that was very crowded and very successful, commercially in 1959 and 1960, causing Tony Mart to do a major expansion in the winter and early spring of 1961 as the frantically busy “golden years” ensued. 
Dancing at Tony Mart's 1960s
Action on the dance floor by the back bar.
Del Shannon Conway Twitty Bill Haley and his Comets
A display ad, which reveals the stature and success of Tony Mart’s, proclaiming “Battle of the Stars” where Del Shannon actually has billing over Conway Twitty and Bill Haley and his Comets because Del Shannon was riding high on the success of his chart topping hit, “Runaway”. 
The Fall Guyde Tony Mart's The Fall Guys
A picture of Tony Mart’s as it appeared in the early summer of 1963.  Along the right margin are photos of the 5 “Fall Guys” as they appeared at Tony Mart’s in 1963.  The Fall Guys were the epitome of a great “house band” performing to rave reviews and tremendous applause for five years from 1960 through 1964 at Tony Mart‘s.  They actually played behind some of the biggest names in show business including Conway Twitty and Del Shannon while “Runaway” topped the national charts.
Duane Eddy Tony Mart's 1961
Photograph of the very handsome and famous rock-n-roll guitar player, Duane Eddy.  His group achieved a hit record with the early rock-n-roll classic “Honky Tonk”.  He performed several one week engagements at Tony Mart’s and Tony Mart actually admitted, on one occasion, that he made the most money he ever made in a week during Duane Eddy’s appearances in July 1961. 
Duane Eddie The Fall Guys Tony Mart's
A display advertisement announcing the headline appearance of Duane Eddy along with The Fall Guys in their “second smash year”.  This appeared in the summer of 1961.