Tony Saletan (b. 1931) is an American folk singer, song finder, and children's television pioneer.
Saletan is known for having re-discovered (in the 1950s) two of America's favorite traditional singalongs, "Michael Row the Boat Ashore" and "Kumbaya," which he taught to Pete Seeger and others. In 1961, he created Sing, Children, Sing for national educational television distribution. In the early 1970s, Saletan hosted three public television series for children, produced by Western Instructional Television: The Song Bag, Let's All Sing with Tony Saletan, and Singing Down the Road.