Widely recognized for writing, singing and creating the masterpiece "Cry Little Sister,” as the theme song to the cult classic film “The Lost Boys," G Tom Mac (aka Gerard McMann) hits the right notes with a deep and provocative artistic career of creativity. Fed up with the music scene's "business," when the film was released in 1987, he stopped touring and took a little time off.
It was then, after years of having his real name mispronounced that he changed it from Gerard McMann to G Tom Mac. Time was kind to G Tom Mac as he went on to write songs for legendary singers such as Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin and Roger Daltrey of The Who. Additionally, an array of contemporary Hip Hop artists, such as Ice Cube and Digable Planets, as well as KISS, Carly Simon and Eminem started to cover G Tom Mac's songs. G Tom Mac earned a Grammy on Eminem’s "Recovery" album in which Eminem sampled him on the song "You're Never Over."
With more than 50 films & 100 TV shows of music to his credit, such as “Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” “Chasing Amy,” "All the Right Moves," and "The Banger Sisters;" G Tom Mac’s music continues to be sought after and licensed for projects around the globe. "Staying fresh and being true to my fans in creating believable music that they feel from me. That's my thrill,” says G Tom Mac about his music and motivation. Now, he is proud to complete his best work yet— “A Lost Boys Story—The Musical” a soundtrack and Broadway-bound production. Get ready the musical journey begins here!