Bio

    Robert Lazaneo  was the lead singer for the band, Sounds Unlimited, that  included his brother Tom, Steve Rascon, Fred Pratt, Jim Dotson, and Jorge Santana when they were in high school in San Francisco during the late 1960's. The band performed its blend of r & b covers and original tunes in clubs, dance halls, and out door music festivals throughout the bay area. Towards the end of summer in 1969, Jorge Santana quit the band and joined a local group, The Malibus, which became the latin/ rock band, Malo. During the recording of the bands fourth album, Jorge approached Robert and asked him to contribute additional lyrics to a song that they had written together in Sounds Unlimited. The song, Everlasting Night was released in 1973 on the album Ascension and Robert joined the performing rights organization, BMI.                                                                                                     He continued to write music and perform in a number of bands during the 70's , relocated to South Lake Tahoe  and toured in casinos & truck stops in Nevada and Wyoming. He grew tired of being on the road and decided to settle down, get married, and raise a family. He worked a number of day jobs but always he was writing and sometimes performing. He also from time to time  participated in recording sessions during the 80's and 90's to produce demos for different bands.                                                                                                    In 2004, he began his first solo recording at his home in Reno composing and playing all the vocal and instrumental parts himself. The cd collection was titled, A Funny Notion, and was distributed by Cdbaby online. He followed that with three other Cds as well as two band projects, Tommy Torpedos Direct Hits and In The Night, a tribute album to the band, Sound Exprezz. His music is available online at Spotify, Apple, Itunes, and most other online music sites either under Robert Lazaneo or his project name, Anything Goez.

What do the old men do?

What do the old men do?