Vocalist/songwriter and manufacturer extraordinaire John Elefante start his musical profession in 1981. After business lead vocalist Steve Walsh still left the rock and roll group Kansas, Elefante auditioned for the location and was selected. Furthermore to landing the work, he saw all of his demonstration tape music make the band’s following record. During his four years using the group, Elefante documented two albums, Vinyl fabric Confessions and DRASTIC ACTIONS, and spent 3 years touring. In his years since Kansas, Elefante and his sibling, Dino, have created many albums. Their creation credits include performers such as for example Petra, Greg Lengthy, and Scott Fairclough. The brothers also co-own the Nashville-based documenting studio The Audio Kitchen. Along with putting on the head wear of manufacturer, John Elefante provides written numerous music and documented three single albums: Home windows of Heaven, Corridors, and Defying Gravity.