John Mulrenan has had a long and varied career in the music business. He began by forming the band "Rasputin and the Mad Monks" in the mid-sixties, while majoring on classical piano in college.They went on to play such hallowed venues as Carnegie Hall, Trudy Heller's, Onganos, the Cheetah, Steve Paul's Scene, and Harlowe's in Manhattan's best club era. Godzilla was the next group. An improvisational twin guitar,loud band. They had the pleasure of opening up for Bruce Springsteen's band, Steel Mill, a few times and were a staple on the Jersey Shore club scene. He then formed "Hudson County", a funk band that went on to sign with RCA. They had a chart record with "Heaven's Here On Earth"
During the 70's and 80's John toured with English blues legend Long John Baldry. Also, Benny Mardones, whose record "Into The Night", was the only record to hit the top ten twice. John then played synth for the hit making group Musique.