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G Tom Mac

G Tom Mac

G Tom Mac


G TOM MAC is a songwriter, producer, and performer. Also known as Gerard McMann and Gerard McMahon, he wrote and performed the track “Cry Little Sister” from the Joel Schumacher film, The Lost Boys. The remix of “Cry Little Sister” topped the UK charts and was a #1 CD in Germany. He also has several TV credits, including this year’s finale of the NBC series Scrubs, music for The West Wing, The Shield, Witchblade, Felicity, Crossing Jordan, Charmed, Dawson’s Creek, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Ed, The Immortal and The X Files. Read more on Last.fm
G TOM MAC is a songwriter, producer, and performer. Also known as Gerard McMann and Gerard McMahon, he wrote and performed the track “Cry Little Sister” from the Joel Schumacher film, The Lost Boys. The remix of “Cry Little Sister” topped the UK charts and was a #1 CD in Germany. He also has several TV credits, including this year’s finale of the NBC series Scrubs, music for The West Wing, The Shield, Witchblade, Felicity, Crossing Jordan, Charmed, Dawson’s Creek, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Ed, The Immortal and The X Files. Known as “G” (a nickname given to him by his friend Roger Daltrey), G TOM MAC wrote and performed a duet with Roger for the comedy film The Banger Sisters starring Golde Hawn and Susan Sarandon.

G has also penned music for countless films like Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Terminator 3, All The Right Moves, Chasing Amy, Born To be Wild, Kicking and Screaming, The Lonely Guy, Spring Break, No Way Home, Grandview, U.S.A. and The Lost Boys. In the Lion’s Gate release, “I See You.Com” starring Beau Bridges and Rosanna Arquette, G TOM MAC wrote, produced and sang the title track. Born in Birmingham, England, Gerard spent his early years listening to The Beatles and Stevie Wonder.

“I was inspired by various pop and R & B artists at an early age.” His family moved from England to New York City when Gerard was 11 and then a few years later moved to the Midwest. “When I was there I started learning guitar and the bass and realizing I had a voice, I started a band, which played in clubs all over the Midwest.” G TOM MAC returned to New York City to pursue his performing career. “My first gigs in NY were playing bass and guitar in R & B bands in Harlem.” Soon Gerard was writing songs for himself and his career began to take off. Brought to Los Angeles by Warner Brothers Records to showcase him as an artist, G TOM MAC quickly impressed Hollywood’s film elite like Joel Schumacher, Jerry Bruckheimer, Cameron Crowe, and David Geffen.

G TOM MAC’s songs have been recorded by a wide-range of artists such as: KISS“Is That You” Ice Cube “Money Can’t Buy The Love” Roger Daltrey Co-wrote and produced the album “Rocks In The Head” Carly Simon “Give Me All Night” Phoebe Snow/Michael McDonald “Right To The End” Vonda Shepard “Wake Up The House” The prolific songwriter has recorded several albums, “BLUE RUE” for Arc/Columbia, “G TOM MAC” and the most recent, “Thou Shall Not Fall” for L.A.’s Edge Artists. He also compiled and produced "WITCHBLADE - The Music", using music from/inspired by the original series on TNT. Warner Chappell Music has commissioned G TOM MAC to produce and record classic songs from their catalog, for “The Covers Project”, a yearly program designed for use in TV commercials in the U.S., Europe and Asia. The latest 19-song CD was released earlier this year. Read more on Last.fm.

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