Gerard McMann 

Gerard Thomas McMahon, also known as Gerard McMann, is an English singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer who specialises in creating music for films and TV. His gothic rock anthem “Cry Little Sister” was recorded in 1987 for the soundtrack album of the cult horror film The Lost Boys.

In 1971 he moved to New York City to pursue a performing career. He played bass and guitar in R&B bands and soon received offers of work as a session musician.

In addition to gigging and studio session work, McMahon also became involved around this time in creating music for TV commercials.

McMahon spent 1972 living in Los Angeles, gaining further experience in studio and production work. He had a brief stint playing bass with Jackson Browne’s touring band moving to Colorado to promote his own solo career.

Backing Tracks – Cry Little Sister

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