Tony Enos

Philadelphia / PA - Ambassador

HIV positive two-spirit pop artist Tony Enos (Cherokee) celebrates over a decade as a singer/songwriter/producer/actor. The two-time Native American Music Award nominee burst onto the pop music scene with his 2012 breakthrough album “The Heat.” His career-defining 4th studio album “POSI+IVE,” released in July 2020 on iTunes and all digital music platforms brought Enos out publicly with his HIV status and amplified the PLWH experience. Additionally, Enos has 14 years of clinical and CBO experience in public health and currently serves as the content expert for the American Indian Community House’s “Health Elders Network.”

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