Best known because the business lead vocalist for the rock-band Teach, Pat Monahan is really a longtime performer in his very own right. Delivered in Erie, PA, in 1969, Monahan shifted to California in 1993 and started performing in coffeehouses around SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA with guitarist Rob Hotchkiss. The duo added people, named themselves Teach, and eventually discovered success using the 2001 record Drops of Jupiter. In 2006, Teach decided to have a break from touring and documenting and Monahan recognized an offer to create music with United kingdom vocalist/songwriter and manufacturer Guy Chambers to get a Tina Turner task. The creative relationship stuck, and shortly Monahan was composing music with Chambers among others with a watch by himself record. He released Last of Seven on Sony in 2007.