Youthful Anatole Halinkovitch, now Tony Hall, jammed towards the rhythms of his mother’s washer. At age 15, he performed his 1st money-gig in Cicero, IL. Hall eventually linked to the Boyzz, documenting Too Crazy To Tame in 1978. The Boyzz’ riotous displays led Hall to eliminate over 15 organs in four years. Hall took Dave Angel and Michael Tafoya from your Boyzz and created the B’ZZ, longing for a far more commercially and artistically practical unit. The music group amassed an enormous track catalog, recruited a solid following, and made an appearance on American Bandstand all within half a year. Epic authorized the B’ZZ, and hair-whiz Tom Werman oversaw the rollicking debut GET RIGHT UP. The amazing “A great deal to REQUIRE” (a play around the Boyzz’ LP name) and “GET RIGHT UP Get Upset” garnered radio play, and a video built around the second option strike MTV. Hall still left the hype of band lifestyle for a single career and fulfilled a producer using the upstart Fox network, resulting in Hall composing music for the whole work of America’s Many Wanted.