Bio

1/15/07 - "I Give Up" included on compilation CD, The Big Indie Comeback vol. 3.

6/1/06 - "Life's Divide" included on compilation CD, The Big Indie Comeback vol. 2.

2/8/06 - Performed “virtually” at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy.

2/3/06 - Interviewed live by Matt Sampson on News 12, Westchester news TV.

10/7/05 - Headlined sold-out show at NWCA Theater in Mt. Kisco.

9/1/05 - Finished in top 100 of IMWS 2005 contest (Independent Music World Series).

5/21/05 - Released "I Give Up" CD.

5/2/05 - "Insane" appears on VH-1's Metal Mania.

3/6/05 - Performed at Rock 2 Rebuild (Tsunami Benefit), raised over $10,000 for relief.

1/2/05 - Won the Towne Crier Open Mic Finals.

2/10/01 - Composed and performed US Soccer Federation Stadium Chant.

4/12/00 - Scored the soundtrack for the George W. Bush Presedential Campaign video.

7/6/95 - Scored soundtrack for presidential campaign video for Bob Dole.

5/20/94 - Scored soundtrack for Tom Ridge For Governor campaign video.

6/22/93 - Composed jingle, "You've Got A Friend in Robison Oil."

4/3/92 - Hired as staff music composer at Radioband of America, NYC.

5/20/88 - Composed "Insane," later released as single by Ace Frehley from KISS.

2/20/87 - Performed at Giants Stadium with Restless to 40,000 football fans.

1/20/86 - "Go Giants Go" hits #1 on K-ROCK Countdown for 3 consecutive weeks.

1/2/86 - Sang and recorded NY Giants hit parody, "Go Giants Go." Lyrics by Dan Griffin.

6/10/85 - Appeared in movie, "If Looks Could Kill." Music performance on yatch.

4/20/85 - Creation of Restless. Doug Brown-drums, Greg Fiellin-bass, Steve Avitable-keys.

2/5/83 - Creation of power rock trio, Second Sense. Doug Brown-drums, Al Renino-bass.