- "Under a Silvery Moon"
- "Spanish Highway"
- "Fortune Teller"
- "Her Own Kind of Woman"
Todd Park Mohr of Big Head Todd & The Monsters.
Big Head Todd & The Monsters came to prominence in the early '90s with a string of well-received albums. The group's biggest record, 1993's Sister Sweetly, produced four Top 10 hits and sold more than a million copies.
In 2001, the band set out to make records without major-label support, and has enjoyed success independently ever since. The band has always kept in close contact with its loyal fan base: It has chartered several Caribbean and Hawaiian cruises with fans, and its latest tour offers discounted hotel rooms for fans in almost every city.
Touring behind 2007's All the Love You Need, Big Head Todd & The Monsters arrived with three of the group's original members: vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Todd Park Mohr, drummer Brian Devin and bassist Rob Squires, who have been playing together since high school. Keyboardist Jeremy Lawton joined in 2004.