Tom Sandoval has a most “further” profession on his plate.
The “Vanderpump Rules” star turned bar proprietor goes all-in together with his new band, Tom Sandoval & the Most Extras. While he is busy with the Bravo actuality show, a whiskey model, and constructing a brand new bar, the “Sandy” half of “Schwartz and Sandy’s” additionally desires a critical profession as a musician.
After taking part in his band’s first — and sold-out — on the Hotel Café in Hollywood, Sandoval instructed Page Six he is “able to be taken critically” as a musician after first fearing there could be a “stigma” about him as a result of he is on actuality TV.
“When I first began out on ‘Vanderpump Rules,’ I believed I might need ruined my probabilities of entering into music and even appearing,” Sandoval admitted to the outlet. “I believed, ‘People aren’t going to take you critically, you are only a actuality individual.’ But what I’ve discovered is that the show has truthfully been a tremendous platform to do actually something. Music is one thing I’ve at all times liked and have at all times come again to love a mistress.”
Sandoval revealed that the truth that his band is a canopy band that recycles pop and rock hits makes it simpler for followers who do not must “get to know” his music. Clips shared on his Instagram story reveal that Sandoval and his supersized Most Extras band carried out covers of Rick Springfield’s “Jessie’ Girl,” Toto’s “Rosanna,” Loverboy’s “Working for the Weekend” and extra throughout their debut show.
Sandoval Has Been Part of Several Bands & Has Been Featured in Multiple Music Videos
This is just not Sandoval’s first band. He was beforehand a part of the two-man band, Charles McMansion. Sandoval and collaborator Isaac Kappy launched the music “T.I.P.” in 2015, which gave Sandoval a songwriting credit score and a starring function in a music video.
At the time, Sandoval, who sings and likewise performs the trumpet, instructed Billboard he was “very passionate” about his music and that he had plans for a band with a “modern-day Blues Brothers type of vibe.”
According to Billboard, Sandoval has additionally been featured in two Bon Jovi music movies — 2002’s “Misunderstood” and “All About Lovin’ You” — and, extra just lately, in Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor’s “Samantha’s Gone,” through which he donned a mullet wig to play an Indie rocker.
Sandoval Isn’t the Only ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star To Make Music
Over the years, followers have seen a number of of Sandoval’s “Vanderpump Rules” co-stars engaged on their music careers. Scheana Shay famously stood on a bar desk to belt out her single “Good as Gold,” and there was additionally that risque music video she made with former VPR star Brett Caprioni.
And Lala Kent has additionally been proven within the recording studio, though the “Boy” singer did take a pause just a few years in the past when Shay began working together with her music producer, Sean2Miles, behind her again, in response to Us Weekly.
In a 2018 episode of “Vandeprump Rules,” Sandoval – and his trumpet — even joined in throughout a recording session with Kent and James Kennedy.
In a scene from the Bravo actuality show, Sandoval stated when he performs his trumpet he “has this fashion the place I simply lose myself within the music.”