Who are Gera & T.M?

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Gera has just graced us with a beautiful new CD titled Stepping Into the Light. Please enjoy it as we enjoyed making it for you, and keep an eye open for news on our upcoming CD Distant Lands

 Distant Lands is the upcoming new release from Gera & T.M. We have been making music separately for as long as we both can remember. Over the last few years, we have combined forces, writing and performing songs that signify our journeys through life. 

Gera has released two CDs; Montana Crossings with Nightdancers, and Migration of the Soul, a Meditative Journey as a solo artist. Look for them on iTunes. She has performed extensively locally as well as at the International Flute Festival in Mendoza, Argentina and the NFA (National Flute Association) Convention in Las Vegas. T.M has been playing in rock, R&B, and blues bands most of his life…most recently a four-piece band named Desperate Measures, who will be releasing their own CD this year. 

 Gera & T.M want to say thanks to all of our fans for their continued support and for making our live shows so amazing. Without you all, there would be no Gera & T.M!

Keep it here for more updates as the release date of Distant Lands draws near.

Gera & T.M couldn’t be more excited to announce that bassist extraordinaire and our good friend, Tony Garnier has just finished 6 new tracks on our upcoming album Distant Lands. Tony has played with Asleep at the Wheel, Buster Poindexter, Robert Gordon, the Lounge Lizards, and most notably, for the last 28 years has been Bob Dylan’s bassist (both bass guitar and double bass), doubling as music director. Tony played standup on all 6 tracks and the results were magical…Thanks

Gera & T.M couldn’t be more excited to announce that bassist extraordinaire and our good friend, Tony Garnier has just finished 6 new tracks on our upcoming album Distant Lands. Tony has played with Asleep at the Wheel, Buster Poindexter, Robert Gordon, the Lounge Lizards, and most notably, for the last 28 years has been Bob Dylan’s bassist (both bass guitar and double bass), doubling as music director. Tony played standup on all 6 tracks and the results were magical…Thanks

This past Saturday, we had the amazing good fortune (thanks to Tony Garnier) to have the truly wonderful internationally renowned percussionist Roger Squitero play on 6 new tracks on our upcoming album “Distant Lands.” It would be easier to mention the people that Roger has not played with, but here are a few he has; The Rolling Stones, Debbie Harry, the cast album for Motown the musical, Ron Carter, Jeff Golub, The Temptations, Dave Crusin and the GRP Allstars, Philip Glass, Chaka Khan, and the list goes on and on. We should also mention Roger’s current projects, Tribal Sage and Smoke. Gera and T.M are so happy with the way the tracks came out. Thanks for the incredible music…we all had a great time!

This past Saturday, we had the amazing good fortune (thanks to Tony Garnier) to have the truly wonderful internationally renowned percussionist Roger Squitero play on 6 new tracks on our upcoming album “Distant Lands.” It would be easier to mention the people that Roger has not played with, but here are a few he has; The Rolling Stones, Debbie Harry, the cast album for Motown the musical, Ron Carter, Jeff Golub, The Temptations, Dave Crusin and the GRP Allstars, Philip Glass, Chaka Khan, and the list goes on and on. We should also mention Roger’s current projects, Tribal Sage and Smoke. Gera and T.M are so happy with the way the tracks came out. Thanks for the incredible music…we all had a great time!

Gera & T.M are excited to announce that Latin Grammy Award winning engineer, and great friend, Oscar Autie (El Cerrito Records) will be lending his talents and soul to our new EP, "Distant Lands!!" Of course we also want to thank Kenya Autie for all her great advice and inspiration.

Gera & T.M are excited to announce that Latin Grammy Award winning engineer, and great friend, Oscar Autie (El Cerrito Records) will be lending his talents and soul to our new EP, "Distant Lands!!" Of course we also want to thank Kenya Autie for all her great advice and inspiration.