After receiving an art degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2008, I moved back to St. Louis to pursue a music career. Within a year I started playing with Jane Tellini and eventually formed the band Jane and Anthony. From 2009 to 2012, Jane and Anthony steadily gigged around St. Louis and eventually were could be heard on national T.V. shows such as "Brothers and Sisters" (Waitin' For My Baby To Come), "Hart of Dixie" (Melancholy Moment), and "Hell on Wheels" (Bound For Glory). Shortly after releasing their debut album "Lounge Noir", Jane and Anthony decided to take an extended break to pursue other interests.
From there, I decided to join the band "Fictile Shine" which was a project that quickly fizzled out but lead to the formation of the bands "Lawrence and the Lion" and "Living Room Lava" which still gig around the St. Louis area. Still yearning to put out my own music, I have been recording solo since April 2014, doing a series of covers and a solo album. In December of 2015 my song "In The Now" was featured on the season two finale of the Showtime series "The Affair." Shortly after, I teamed up with Synchaudio, an amazing music publishing company out of Toronto Canada. With their help, my acoustic cover of Steve Milller’s “Fly Like An Eagle” landed an end credits scene in season five of the T.V. series “Ray Donovan. Recently my single "Killing Machine was featured on season four of the CW series “Supergirl." “Killing Machine” was also been featured on "Fear The Walking Dead" in 2017. Stay tuned for my next EP “Burning The Roses” coming January 2019! Find if on iTunes, Spotify, Deezer, and Google Play!