RockFollowing a musical itch that started during his final years of high school and continuing on through college, Connor's rock and roll career began in teen pop and progressed through rock maturity. Culminating in three albums, a number one single in France, and touring with some of the world's most successful recording artists. From his first sparsely attended show at Cleveland's "Dancing In The Streets" Festival, to singing "Jessie's Girl" in front of thousands of fans with Rick Springfield on tour, Connor and his band ran the musical gamut of songwriting, touring and recording. Although having since moved on from full time rock and roll, it's influences can still be found in every aspect of his career. From providing the voice to the 80's rock theme from the "Transformers: Rescue Bots" animated series, to the gritty vocals of "When A Man Loves A Woman" with The Matinee Idols.
"He applies his soulful and malleable tenor to self-written catchy pop/rock songs full of jingly-jangly guitar that would be right at home wedged between John Mayer and the Josh Joplin Group"