Bio

1996

Drummer Mark Chiaramonte answered an drummer wanted ad in the EC Rocker by the Nyc based band "Phantasm" which was a combination of Dance, Rock & Goth. After playing a handful of shows including such clubs as "Catch a Rising Star" in NYC and the world famous "limelight" also in NYC, Where Phantasm Co-Headlined the last show ever played at the "Limelight" It was there where Drummer Mark Chiaramonte AKA Mark Masters met Guitarist Bobby Michaelides AKA Taneth Liegh....Toward the end of 1996 , the band and its members went their seprate ways

 

1999

Drummer Mark Chiaramonte & Bobby Michaelides reformed and put together anall orginal band. after a few jam sessions and rearranging some killer tunes Bobby had in the closet.Buff Daddy was formed. Dave Marks on vocals and Phil Anderson on bass... Playing such clubs as "The Wreck Room" Connections " The Sprial Bar" Images and a few others. Buff Daddy was all over NYC and NJ circut. Reheasing more and writing new tunes. Later 1999 Phil Anderson and Buff Daddy parted ways

 

1999 - 2001

Late 1999 Bassist and Vocals Mike Parks was welcomed into the band . Fall of 1999 Buff Daddy hit Connecticut at "The Short Beach Saloon" soon after Buff was hitting big stages such as "The Webster Theatre and "City Limits" Opening for such bands as Dee Snider, Stephen Pearcy, Wasp , Lizzy Borden, Dokken, Lynch Mob, Sebastian Bach, Quiet Riot, TT Quick and many more

 

2002 -2004

Buff Daddy went through a few changes Mike Parks and Dave Marks have left the band and John Byer joined us on Bass and Jorge Formigal joined us on Vocals. Glenn Mihal joined Buff Daddy and start working on a 12 song cd " Who's Your Daddy " Metal Mayham selling over 200 cds in less than 2 weeks and Buff Daddy selling over 700 in less than 3 weeks in 2004. Still opening for nationals and working with such great bands as "Megahertz, Chain Reaction, Theater of Pain, Get Your Guns and many more

 

2004

Glenn Mihal joined Buff Daddy and start working on a 12 song cd " Who's Your Daddy " Metal Mayham selling over 200 cds in less than 2 weeks and Buff Daddy selling over 700 in less than 3 weeks in 2004. Rick O'Neil joins Buff Daddy Still opening for nationals and working with such great bands as "Megahertz, Chain Reaction, Theater of Pain, Get Your Guns and many more