Tony Geraci (drums/guitar/lead vocals). Born in Buffalo, New York, Tony started his professional musical career at the age of 16. While in the popular Buffalo band, The Beez, Tony wrote and released a single called "Me and My Girl" which sold several thousand copies on the East Coast and helped the band win a local music award for originality. Tony went on to open for such national acts as John Mellencamp, Judas Priest, Ambrosia, Rick Derringer, Badfinger, Greg Kihn, Deep Purple and Grass Roots. After relocating to Los Angeles, he provided lead vocals and harmonies on the title track of the zombie/horror spoof feature "Dead Men Don't Die" (starring Elliot Gould) as well as playing at a college event with John Fogerty. Tony's L.A. band also performed at several studio events providing music for the talent of such television series as Lost, Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, Commander-in-Chief, Alias, Scrubs, According to Jim and many more. You can hear the original material Tony wrote and recorded with partner Art Niemann on their two albums under the name Veronica's Toy which are available on iTunes.